Louise Abbéma was a talented French artist who lived from 1853 to 1927 during a period called the Belle Époque. She came from a rich family in Étampes, Essonne, near Paris, and they were well-known in the local art community.
Elizabeth MacNicol, a painter from Scotland, was born in Glasgow on July 17, 1869. Her journey as an artist started at the Glasgow School of Art, where she studied from 1887 to 1892. Later, she went to Paris to learn more at the Academie Colarossi.
José Benlliure y Gil, a genre painter, hailed from a family of artistic talents, being the son of a modest painter and the brother of the renowned sculptor Mariano Benlliure. His artistic journey commenced early, with studies at the San Carlos School of Fine Arts in Valencia and under the guidance of Francisco Domingo Marqués in a private studio.
Let’s enter the imaginative place where LEGO bricks and the timeless beauty of Vincent van Gogh’s paintings intersect. LEGO has embarked on an artistic adventure, bringing to life one of Vincent van Gogh’s most famous masterpieces. Any guesses? Yes, right! We are taking about “Starry Night”. Simply, picture yourself building your very own interpretation of this iconic artwork with the LEGO Vincent van Gogh Starry Night set. Let’s check out this captivating fusion of creativity, exploring the renowned artist’s legacy and the unique LEGO tribute.