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Holy Family Storm clouds Blountsville Philip IV et The Philosopher The Jester Known as Don Juan de Austria Thomas Edwards Claesz Aert The Martyrdom of St Matthew -detail- fg The Grape Grower South Australian Museum Boat in the Flood at Port-Marly Venus Requesting Arms for Aeneas from Vu The Death of General Wolfe Ships on a Calm Sea near Land May Morning on Magdalen Tower Birds and a Spaniel in a Garden sf Girls in Sunlight -nn02- The Portrait of man The Skate Oglethorpe King's Lynn The Garden of Love Lakebluff Landscape at Saint-Remy Clearlakeoaks Two Bathers Leda fh Buckhead monet pic vanessa George Shalders Vilamoura The Meeting of Saint Francis and Saint D Queen Mariana -df01- The Rising Sun or The Sun -19- Tqvarch'eli royal ontario museum 2007 calendar engagement impressionism Spain-s night business landscape
Nicolas de Stael:
Russian Painter.1914-1955 was a painter known for his use of a thick impasto and his highly abstract landscape painting. He also worked with collage, illustration and textiles Nocolas de Stael was born in the family of a Russian Lieutenant General, Baron Vladimir Stael von Holstein, (a member of the Stael von Holstein family, and the last Commandant of the Peter and Paul Fortress) and his wife, Olga Sakhanskaya. De Stael's family was forced to emigrate to Poland in 1919 because of the Russian Revolution; Both, his father and stepmother, would die in Poland and the orphaned Nicolas de Stael would be sent with his older sister Marina to Brussels to live with a Russian family (1922). He eventually studied art at the Brussels Acad??mie royale des beaux-arts (1932). In the 1930s, he travelled throughout Europe, lived in Paris (1934) and in Morocco (1936) (where he first met his companion Jeannine Guillou, also a painter and who would appear in some of his paintings from 1941-1942) and Algeria. In 1936 he had his first exhibition of Byzantine style icons and watercolors at the Galerie Dietrich et Cie, Brussels. He joined the French Foreign Legion in 1939 and was demobilized in 1941.








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