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-Damphir-
07-04-2011, 23:57:17
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Fred Einaudi (http://fredeinaudi.com/) es un pintor nacido en Nevada y que reside actualmente en San Francisco. Su obra esta llena de contrastes, su encanto radica en esa mezcla entre lo real y lo irreal, entre la inocencia de la niñez y la muerte, tema este que toca a menudo y que pasa a ser su principal motivo a la hora de pintar y la razón de encontrar numerosas calaveras o máscaras en sus pinturas. Einaudi juega con los contrastes y así sus imágenes realistas se encuentran rodeadas de elementos fantásticos y grandes dosis de fina ironía que parecen burlarse de las escenas típicas en la pintura. En una entrevista (http://blather.net/blather/2008/07/blather_meets_fred_einaudi.html) realizada con el pintor, ante la pregunta de tres adjetivos que definan su obra, este nos dice “Podría, ser, mejor” y nos aclara que aunque solo uno es un adjetivo resume el sentimiento que en ese momento le genera su obra, que no es otro que cierto desencanto, el mismo que dice tener hacia el mundo que vivimos. Fred Einaudi es esencialmente un pintor de óleo sobre lienzo y cuenta entre sus artistas favoritos a Henri Rousseau, Van Gogh, Hans Memling, Jan Van Eyck y Franz Von Bayros, y entre los artistas vivos destaca a Richard Estes y Alex Kanevsky.
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Fred Einaudi (http://fredeinaudi.com/)is a painter born in Nevada and currently residing in San Francisco. His work is full of contrasts, its charm lies in that mix between real and unreal, between the innocence of childhood and death, a subject that touches this often and it becomes their main reason for the painting and why many skulls or masks found in his paintings . Einaudi plays with the contrasts and her realistic images are surrounded by fantastic elements and large doses of fine irony that seem to mock the typical scenes in the painting. In an interview (http://blather.net/blather/2008/07/blather_meets_fred_einaudi.html) with the painter, before the question of three adjectives that define his work, this tells us “could be better” and he said that if only one is an adjective that sums up the feeling at that moment he creates his work, which is nothing more than a certain disenchantment, the same as having to the world that we live. Fred Einaudi is essentially a painter of oil on canvas and counts among his favorite artists Henri Rousseau, Van Gogh, Hans Memling, Jan van Eyck and Franz Von Bayr, and between living artists Richard Estes and Alex Kanevsky.


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^Bruce Willis^
17-04-2011, 12:52:03
excelente ome