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  • Well-known artists

    Britto, van Gogh, Tiffany, Lempicka, Rizzi, Monet, Mucha and others. Names of people who have one thing in common: the creation of art. Art to enjoy. You will find it here; it is the Art of Living.

    • Trish Biddle

      Trish Biddle

      GLAMOUROUS WOMEN IN FABULOUS PLACES®. Trish Biddle's Process of Drawing, painting and designing eventually melded onto canvases, creating romantic images and her unmistakable Art Deco figurative paintings.

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    • Billy the Artist

      Billy the Artist

      Billy the Artist (BTA) is an internationally renowned artist whose studio is located in the East Village of New York City. His projects and designs are known all over the world. He creates puzzle-like images full of positive energy.

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    • Romero Britto

      Romero Britto

      Romero Britto is one of the most important contemporary pop art artists. Brazilian neo-pop artist, painter and sculptor, born in 1963, combines elements of cubism, pop art and graffiti painting in his work.
      Romero Britto is one of the most important cont

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    •  Paul Cézanne

      Paul Cézanne

      Paul Cézanne was a French Artist and post-Impressionist painter. In the history of art, Paul Cézanne counts among the forerunners of classic modern art.

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    • Joanna Charlotte

      Joanna Charlotte

      Joanna Maitland-Hudson was born in 1977 in Gloucester. She grew up and was educated in Surrey and it was these rural locations that awakened a passionate love of nature in Joanna.

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    • Edgar Degas

      Edgar Degas

      The painter, impressionist and sculptor Edgar Degas, whose real name was Germain de Gas, was born in Paris in July 1834. He is particularly famous for his paintings of ballet dancers, which he painted from 1867 onwards.

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    • Charles Fazzino

      Charles Fazzino

      Pop Art artist Charles Fazzino, the master of 3D Pop Art, is one of the most popular and most collected artists of our time. His artworks have a unique, detailed, vibrant and three-dimensional style.

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    • Guillermo Forchino

      Guillermo Forchino

      The artist Guillermo Forchino puts a smile on many faces with his Comic Art sculptures. In recent years Forchino has created statues of people from the sports world and a number of professions, his "Professionals" collection.

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    •  Dr. Barbara Freundlieb

      Dr. Barbara Freundlieb

      The observation of the human, the interpersonal and a detached view of herself are the inspiration for Barbara Freundlieb's drawings. Bringing everyday situations to life with a sharpened pencil on white paper is always exciting for her.

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    • Paul Gauguin

      Paul Gauguin

      In his youth, Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) lived in Peru, but returned to Paris in 1855. He admired human honesty and purity and wanted to find these qualities in people who were untouched by Western civilization.

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    • Princess Maja von Hohenzollern

      Princess Maja von Hohenzollern

      In addition to modern interior designs, Princess Maja von Hohenzollern also designs products for children and animals. Her licensed brand stands for young, royal and trendy design. It reflects the attitude and lifestyle of a modern princess.

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    • Katsushika  Hokusai

      Katsushika Hokusai

      Katsushika Hokusai started training as a block cutter at the age of 15. He traveled through Japan and changed teachers and school regularly, as well as his name. In his almost ninety years of life, Hokusai used about 30 names.

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    • Wassily Kandinsky

      Wassily Kandinsky

      The artist must train not only his eye but also his soul

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    • Paul Klee

      Paul Klee

      Paul Klee (Munichbuchsee, 18 December 1879 - Muralto, 29 June 1940) was a Swiss-born painter with German nationality, who made figurative paintings with a balanced colour technique. His work belongs to the modern art

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    • Gustav Klimt

      Gustav Klimt

      Beautiful and wide range of durable quality products made of crystal, glass, porcelain, pottery from the era of the La Belle Epoque. The eye-catching Art Nouveau art of Gustav Klimt. Quality, art and beauty go together.

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    • Tamara de  Lempicka

      Tamara de Lempicka

      Tamara Lempicka 16 May 1898 - 18 March 1980; was a Polish painter who spent her working life in France and the United States. She is best known for her polished Art Deco portraits of aristocrats and the rich.

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    • Julia E. Limpke

      Julia E. Limpke

      The popular Nina & Marco figurines by Goebel have been produced in close cooperation with Julia E. Limpke since 1992.

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    • Charles Rennie Mackintosh

      Charles Rennie Mackintosh

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    • Amadeo Modigliani

      Amadeo Modigliani

      Amedeo Clemente Modigliani (1884 - 1920) was an Italian draftsman, painter and sculptor. Today's fame is mainly based on his nude paintings, which were considered scandalous in his time and only later found acceptance.

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    • Piet Mondriaan

      Piet Mondriaan

      Piet Mondriaan, Dutch painter and art theorist is generally regarded as a pioneer of abstract and non-figurative art.

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    • Claude Monet

      Claude Monet

      One of his paintings gave the name to the art movement to which we owe the most beautiful landscape paintings in history: Impressionism. Claude Monet (1840 - 1926) liked to paint in the open air.

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    • William Morris

      William Morris

      William Morris was the most important designer and utopian thinker of 19th century England. He is widely regarded as the founder of the fantasy genre. (Wiki)

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    • Alphonse Mucha

      Alphonse Mucha

      Mucha's works are connected to the Jugend Stil movement, which was so popular at the time. Fetishly Mucha can be called the patriarch of this style by his design of that beautiful poster for Sarah Bernhardt.

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    •  Auguste Renoir

      Auguste Renoir

      Auguste Renoir was born in Limoges in 1841 and began his artistic career as a porcelain painter.

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    • James Rizzi

      James Rizzi

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    • Jean Baptiste Robie

      Jean Baptiste Robie

      Jean Baptiste Robie happened to be one of those artists who obtain fame and glory already in their lifetime.

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    • Peter Schnellhardt

      Peter Schnellhardt

      Peter Schnellhardt, born in 1961 in Coburg, has been working as a freelance painter, sculptor and web designer since his graduation as designer (toy design).

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    • Louis Comfort Tiffany

      Louis Comfort Tiffany

      Whoever sees the light shining through the dozens or even hundreds of pieces of Tiffany glass is sold and keeps looking at it. Influential and innovative art styles such as Art Deco and Art Nouveau

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    • Vincent van Gogh

      Vincent van Gogh

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    • Rosina Wachtmeister

      Rosina Wachtmeister

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    • Other Artists

      Other Artists

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    Original art and creation

    Art and art forms have to do with creation. The artists you will find in this web shop have in common their originality. Which means that the art they created is new and innovative. You can like it or not; it is a matter of personal taste. The most important criterion for art is that it is not a counterfeit and copy of what others have created.
    Jugendstil, la Belle Epoque

    Take, for example, Jugendstil from the happy time of the 'La Belle Epoque'; literally 'the beautiful era'. The beautiful round shapes, the ode to women, the exuberant colours but above all; the farewell to the 'black and white' Middle Ages. Beautiful? Matter of taste!
    Pop Art and Contemporary Art

    Romero Britto, James Rizzi, Billy the Artist of Michale Parkes (to name a few) are representatives of contemporary art and in their expressions certainly as innovative as the 'old school'. It's a matter of taste and that choice is up to you.

    "Color is to the eye what music is to the ear." Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933)