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  • 1. Eugene de Blaas Para ti...
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  • 29. He was born at Albano, near Rome, to Austrian parents. Eugene de Blass was the son and student of the painter Karl von Blass (1815-1894), who was a teacher a the Academy of Rome and the Academy of Venice. It was in Venice that de Blaas excelled and established himself as a leading oil painter o Venetian genre an figure paintings. He portrayed the charm and elegance of Venice by focusing on skin, hair, embroidered lace and other soft textures. Eugene de Blaas (1843-1931) Eugene de Blaas
  • 30. Nació en Albano, cerca de Roma, de padres austriacos. Eugene de Blass fue el hijo y estudiante del pintor Karl von Blass (1815-1894), el cual, fue profesor de la Academia de Roma y la Academia de Venecia. Fue en Venecia donde de Blaas sobresalió y se estableció como un lider de la pintura al óleo o la figura del género de las pinturas venecianas. Representó el encanto y la elegancia de Venecia, enfocándose en la piel, el cabello, el encaje y otras texturas suaves. Eugene de Blaas (1843-1931) Eugene de Blaas
  • 31. Vivir no es sólo existir, sino existir y crear, saber gozar y sufrir y no dormir sin soñar. Descansar, es empezar a morir. (Gregorio Marañon) Living is not only exist but exist and create, know how to enjoy and suffer and dreamless sleep. Rest is to begin to die. (Gregorio Marañon) Tributo a Alfonsina Storni, poetisa y escritora argentina (1892-1938) Alfonsina Storni
  • 32. Garabatos_2002 (a.s.b.) 2011 Música: Alfonsina y el mar. (Mercedes Sosa) Eugene de Blaas