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Φλωρά Καραβία Θάλεια, Αγόρι που διαβάζει, Εθνική Πινακοθήκη

Φλωρά Καραβία Θάλεια, Αγόρι που διαβάζει, Εθνική Πινακοθήκη

Giorgio de Chirico, 1915: b in Volos, Greece, Genovese Mother, Sicilian Father. Studied Art in Athens - Under Guidance of influential Greek Painter Georgios Roilos; Studied in  Florence & Moved to Germany, 1906, following Father's Death in 1905. Entered Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, Read Writings of Philosophers Nietzsche, Arthur Schopenhauer, Otto Weininger & studied works of Arnold Böcklin & Max Klinger. http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/giorgio-de-chirico/the-profit-1915

Giorgio de Chirico, 1915: b in Volos, Greece, Genovese Mother, Sicilian Father. Studied Art in Athens - Under Guidance of influential Greek Painter Georgios Roilos; Studied in Florence & Moved to Germany, 1906, following Father's Death in 1905. Entered Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, Read Writings of Philosophers Nietzsche, Arthur Schopenhauer, Otto Weininger & studied works of Arnold Böcklin & Max Klinger. http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/giorgio-de-chirico/the-profit-1915

Menino lendo, 1906, Thalia-Flora Karavia (Grécia, 1871- 1960), Óleo, National Art Gallery e Museu Alexandros Soutzos, Atenas

Menino lendo, 1906, Thalia-Flora Karavia (Grécia, 1871- 1960), Óleo, National Art Gallery e Museu Alexandros Soutzos, Atenas

Skyphos (Deep Drinking Cup), Greek, Attic, Archaic period, ca. 500 B.C., attributed to the Theseus Painter, terracotta. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Rogers Fund, 1906 (06.1021.49)

Skyphos (Deep Drinking Cup), Greek, Attic, Archaic period, ca. 500 B.C., attributed to the Theseus Painter, terracotta. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Rogers Fund, 1906 (06.1021.49)

Drapetomania | was a supposed mental illness erroneously described by American physician Samuel A. Cartwright in 1851 that caused black slaves to flee captivity, to run away. Today, drapetomania is considered an example of pseudoscience, intolerable, and a shameful part of the edifice of scientific racism and hatred. Term derives from the Greek (drapetes, "a runaway [slave]") + (mania, "madness, frenzy"). HERE: 1860s painting by Eastman Johnson depicts A Ride for Liberty: The Fugitive Slaves

Drapetomania | was a supposed mental illness erroneously described by American physician Samuel A. Cartwright in 1851 that caused black slaves to flee captivity, to run away. Today, drapetomania is considered an example of pseudoscience, intolerable, and a shameful part of the edifice of scientific racism and hatred. Term derives from the Greek (drapetes, "a runaway [slave]") + (mania, "madness, frenzy"). HERE: 1860s painting by Eastman Johnson depicts A Ride for Liberty: The Fugitive Slaves

Work of Paul Cezanne  Discover the coolest shows in New York at www.artexperience...

Work of Paul Cezanne Discover the coolest shows in New York at www.artexperience...

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