Profiles of artists of the visual arts

Sometimes you hear a name and don't know exactly who it was again and with which heroic deeds he or she has enriched the writing of history or the person you are talking to gives you the feeling that you are totally uneducated when you do not know Mister "Anyway" and Mrs. "Didyounotsee”.
Then you can quickly leaf through the profiles and pull the most necessary knowledge about this person on the screen, so that you can have a say again and impress your conversation partner with data and facts.

Claude MonetClaude Monet began as a painter of realistic pictures, which he was even allowed to exhibit in the Parisian Salon.

Georges BraqueGeorges Braque began his artistic career just like his father as a decorative painter and while his

Pablo PicassoEven if you are not particularly interested in painting or art, the name “Picasso” is still a household name or at least you have heard of him.

Pierre-Auguste RenoirPierre-Auguste Renoir is considered one of the most important French impressionist painters.

Franz MarcFranz Marc is considered one of the most important German expressionist painters. His early works were still naturalistic, but after a visit to Paris in 1907 he was inspired by Post-Impressionism under the influence of Paul Gauguin and Vincent van Gogh.

Georges SeuratThe son of a retired bailiff was introduced to the world of painting by his uncle,