Dolinar Lojze

Споменик на паднатите студенти-војници, Скопје 1935, бронза и мермер

Lojze Dolinar is one of the central representatives of the 20th Century Slovenian sculptors. He was born in 1893 in Ljubljana.  His early sculptures are in the style of academic realism, symbolism, secession, and were created in the spirit of the picturesque, impressionistic and new-baroque modulation, while he also approached expressionism. After a short stay […]

Durham Edith Mary

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Born in London 1863, Marry Edith Durham was one of the eight children of a Victorian family of a respected surgeon. She studied art at the Royal Academy of Arts and Bedford College in London. After her studies, she became accomplished illustrator and watercolorist exhibiting widely and working on illustrations for the Cambridge Natural History […]

Dupre Louis

French orientalist who visited Greece and Turkey several times, particularly in the period of 1819 and 1825) mainly around Athens and the island of Corfu, and the surrounding of Constantinople. In his journeys, he passed through Aegean Macedonia where he painted mainly people in traditional dresses. Lous Dupre was impressed by the local folk dresses […]

Dugdale Cantrell Thomas

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British portrait and subject painter, decorator and designer for textiles. Born 2 June 1880 at Blackburn, died in London 13 November 1952. Studied at the Manchester School of Art, the Royal College of Art., the City and Guilds School, Kennington, and at the Académie Julian and Atelier Colarossi in Paris. Exhibited at the Royal Academy […]

Dzambazov Ivan

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Bulgarian painter, active around 1930-60. Visited Macedonia during the second world war. His oil painting “Ohrid 1943” was sold by the auction house Victoria, Sofia, Bulgaria on 1st of June 2010.

Dimitrov Vladimir

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Born on 1st February 1882 in Frolosh village in a family of Macedonian refugees from the Macedonian-vlach village of Magarevo, died in 29th September 1960 in Sofia, Vladimir Dimitrov Maistora is considered as one of the most important Bulgarian national painters. Until 1895 he worked as a clerk on several positions in the regional court. […]

Dietze Richard Ernst

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Born in Obermeisa at Meichen 1880, died in Traunstein 1961. He was a student of L. Pohle, C. Bantzer and G.Kuehl at the Dresden Fine Art Academy. Studied art also in Berlin, Paris and Munich. Important impressionist from the Dresden School. He was an art professor at the Malsaal academy in the period between 1935-45. […]

Diemen Zeno Michael

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Born in Munich on 8-Feb-1867, died in Oberammergau on 28-Feb 1939. He was a German military painter, known for his impressive battle scenes. Studied at the Fine Art Academy in Munich together with Gabriel Hackl and Alexander von Liezen-Mayer. We has very well known for his panoramic paintings like: 100 square-foot “The battle of Bergisel” […]

Diehl-Wallendorf Hans

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Born in Pirmasens , Rheinpfalz1877, died in Vienna 1946. Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Weimar, Germany, under the guidance of professor Theodor Hagen. Between 1896 and 1898 was pupil of Prof. Frijof Smit and Max Thedy as well as student of the Art Institute of Frankfurt at the professor Marr. In the […]

Devedeux Louis

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Born in Clermont-Ferrand on 8 July 1820, died in Paris (Passy) in 1874, Louis Devedeux is considered as one of the most important French 19th century orientalists. Studied art at the School of Fine Arts in Paris, student of Paul Delaroche and Alexandre Descamps. In 1838 he competed for the Prize of Rome and started […]