Marie Laurencin: A collection of 98 paintings (HD)

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William Trost Richards: A collection of 373 works (HD)

William Trost Richards: A collection of 373 works (HD) Description: "William T. Richards was forced at the young age of 13 to drop out of school to help financially support his family. He worked as a design illustrator for a gas lamp company. However, Richards was able to return to his studies later and worked privately with Paul Weber in 1850. From 1853-56 he traveled through Florence, Rome, and Paris with fellow artists Paul Weber and William Stanley Haseltine. When he returned to America he settled in Germantown and married. For many years Richards was preoccupied with literary themes in landscapes and painted true to nature with accurate detail that reveals the influence of the Pre-Raphaelites. After a brief visit to Britain, Richards became increasingly more interested in marine paintings, for which he is best known. In 1874 he bought one of several homes around the Newport area. He painted around the Aquidneck and Conanicut area until his death in 1905. Richards worked outdoors as much as possible and incorporated grandeur, light and atmosphere in all of his painting." --- SUBSCRIBE: www.youtube.com/c/LearnFromMasters?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LearnFromMasters/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+LearnFromMasters Contact: LearnFromMasters01@gmail.com SUPPORT MY WORK AT: https://www.patreon.com/LearnFromMasters LIST OF ARTISTS already posted on LearnFromMasters: https://goo.gl/hri4HE --- Thank you so much for your support!

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Be Inspired to SoulCollage®: Card-Making Tutorial NEW

Learn about SoulCollage® and how to make your first card with Seena Frost, Founder of SoulCollage®, and Mariabruna Sirabella, Senior Trainer and Translations Coordinator. Seena and Mariabruna talk especially to those who have never heard of SoulCollage®. They show you how easy and fun it is to make a card and talk about discovering your inner wisdom. In this video, you will learn how to make SoulCollage® cards and about the suits, the transformation possible through SoulCollage®, how it is enjoyed by all ages, and more. Enjoy beautiful cards made by community members, Seena and Mariabruna. PRODUCTS/WEBSITES MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO: Official SoulCollage® Website: http://soucollage.com SoulCollage® Book & Card-Making Supplies: http://hanfordmead.com Originated by Seena Frost, SoulCollage® is a process for accessing your intuition and creating an incredible deck of cards with deep personal meaning that will help you with life's questions and transitions. HOW to SoulCollage®? Do you have a big pile of images you have saved in the closet or under the bed that you have been waiting to figure out what to do with? Following the simple SoulCollage® directions, your hands move fragments of cut-out magazine pictures around, fitting them together in a surprising new way and gluing them down on a card. Cards containing the images you select -- or the images that select you -- come straight through your Soul, bypassing the mind. WHO Can SoulCollage®? Everyone! This is a multi-leveled, creative process which anyone can do. All you need is a good pair of scissors, pre-cut mat board cards, and images you can cut out from magazines, greeting cards, personal photos, postcards, catalogues, and calendars. You can do this work individually, but it is also wonderful to have other people with whom to share the process. The cards are fun to take to a friend's house, to work with in therapy or support groups, or to keep on your coffee table. HERE are some contexts and applications in which SoulCollage® has been used already: Addictions & Substance Abuse Treatment, Anger Management, Adolescents at Risk, Blessing Rituals, Career Counseling, Children’s Groups (divorce, etc.), Coaching, Community Development, Conflict Resolution, Couple Therapy, Creative Problem-Solving, Diversity and Cross-Cultural Issues, Dream Work, Eating Disorders, Family Therapy, Creative Fun, Feng Shui Consulting, Grief and Loss (e.g., Hospice, Job Loss), Health-Related Issues (Chronic Pain, Cancer, etc.), Senior Centers, Spiritual Direction/Pastoral Counseling. TO LOCATE a Facilitator, SoulCollage® Workshop or Facilitator Training most convenient to you, visit our website at http://Soulcollage.com. Seena B. Frost, M. Div., M.A. studied theology at Yale Divinity School, married, raised four children, and then received a Master's degree in psychology from Santa Clara University. She has been a psychotherapy clinician and supervisor in California for over thirty years, and has used many healing modalities including the work of C. G. Jung, Fritz Perls, Virginia Satir, Eric Berne, Roberto Assagioli, and others. Mariabruna Sirabella, M.S., LMFT has been training SoulCollage® Facilitators in both the USA and abroad since 2007, and she is now our Senior Trainer, having closely studied and collaborated with Seena Frost for almost two decades. Mariabruna’s SoulCollage® Retreats and Trainings are often multi-cultural and, when needed, have been translated, for example, in Bulgarian, German, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian. She is also the Translations Coordinator for SoulCollage Inc. Mariabruna is Adjunct Faculty at JFK University, California and has a Laurea in Communication and Performing Arts from Bologna University, Italy and a Masters in Counseling from CSUS, California. Learn more about Mariabruna and upcoming events at http://www.sirarte.com and at http://SoulCollage.com. Did you enjoy this video? You can help: Buy your items as usual using our Amazon link: http://bit.ly/Amazon_SoulCollage_Fundraiser At no cost to you, a percentage of your purchase will go to the scholarship fund. You can contribute directly to help train SoulCollage® Facilitators who have a passion for bringing the SoulCollage® process to a wide variety of people. Please contribute (any amount) to the Diversity Scholarship Fund using the PayPal/CC link. Thank you! http://bit.ly/SoulCollage_Paypal_Donation Please note this donation is not tax deductible at this time.

Porcelain in the West 1: Ming to Meissen, 2:38

For there to be any advances in Europe's efforts to produce true hard paste porcelain imitating the Chinese, it would require bringing together three amazing individuals, who on the surface, seemingly had nothing in common. Discovering the secret of China's seemingly magical wares with tea and coffee drinking in the ascendancy in Europe during the 17th century, the commercial advantages would have been highly motivating.

MARIE - Marie LAURENCIN- Léo FERRE- APOLLINAIRE Guillaume.

"MARIE" Poème de Guillaume APOLLINAIRE pour Marie LAURENCIN et chanté par Léo FERRE.

Marie Laurencin: A collection of 98 paintings (HD)

Description: "Marie Laurencin (French 1883–1956) was a French painter, designer, and illustrator who found success despite the male-dominated art world of her time. She began her studies in porcelain design at the Ecole de Sèvres factory before moving on to painting at the Académie Humbert in Paris. At the time, between 1903 and 1904, classes were free for women. While there she met Georges Braque and Francis Picabia, who introduced her to their inner circle of artists, including those who participated in the Le Bateau-Lavoir workshop in Montmartre, the quarter of Paris in which Laurencin was born.

In 1907, she exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants. After a series of shows, including an exhibition alongside Robert Delaunay at the Galerie Barbazanges in Paris, Laurencin participated in the New York Armory Show in 1913.

Laurencin lived in Spain during the First World War, but eventually moved back to Paris and began developing her own style, focusing on figural and portrait work in delicate pastels and airy shading. The 1920s proved to be an important period for Laurencin, as her refined style and palette heightened her popularity as a portraitist among the elite.

By the early 1930s, she was experimenting with still lifes and landscapes. Laurencin was also commissioned to design stage sets and costumes for several French ballets. She died in Paris in 1956, but her work has been honored in numerous exhibitions; most recently in a retrospective at the Musée Marmottan in Paris."

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