ΙΣΤΟΡΙΕΣ και ΠΑΡΑΜΥΘΙΑ για ΠΑΙΔΙΑ και για ΜΕΓΑΛΟΥΣ /
ΚΙΝΟΥΜΕΝΑ ΣΧΕΔΙΑ και ΒΙΝΤΕΟ /
ΚΕΙΜΕΝΑ και ΚΑΤΑΛΟΓΟΙ ΠΑΙΔΙΚΩΝ ΒΙΒΛΙΩΝ/
Η ιστορία της παιδικής λογοτεχνίας ξεκίνησε τον 18ο αιώνα όταν αναγνωρίστηκε η παιδική ιδιαιτερότητα με το κίνημα του Διαφωτισμού ( Ρουσσώ - Αιμίλιος )
Σάββατο, 12 Νοεμβρίου 2011
Marc Сhagall Passion / Strasty po Shagalu (Part 2)
Marc Chagall was born in 1887 to a poor Jewish family in Russia. He was the eldest of nine children. Chagall began to display his artistic talent while studying at a secular Russian school, and despite his father's disapproval, in 1907 he began studying art with Leon Bakst in St. Petersburg. It was at this time that his distinct style that we recognize today began to emerge. As his paintings began to center on images from his childhood, the focus that would guide his artistic motivation for the rest of his life came to fruition.
In 1910, Chagall, moved to Paris for four years. It was during this period that he painted some of his most famous paintings of the Jewish village, and developed the features that became recognizable trademarks of his art. Strong and bright colors began to portray the world in a dreamlike state. Fantasy, nostalgia, and religion began to fuse together to create otherworldly images...
Chagall received many prizes and much recognition for his work. He was also one of very few artists to exhibit work at the Louvre in their lifetime.