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Tomur ATAGÖK - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

Tomur ATAGÖK - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

Gypsy: Gypsy with bandana and gold jewelry, by Remzi Taşkıran.

Firma Gypsy Globales

a gypsy costume is fairly easy to do. painting by Remzi Taşkıran - gypsy jewelry [image is creative commons - this can be used legally for my website]

Önce - Fatma Tülin

Önce - Fatma Tülin

Fürumet Tektaş (1912 – 1961)  Eğitimini Roma ve Paris’te müzik ve resim üzerine yaptı. İlk Flarmoni Derneği’ni kurdu.

Fürumet Tektaş (1912 – 1961) Eğitimini Roma ve Paris’te müzik ve resim üzerine yaptı. İlk Flarmoni Derneği’ni kurdu.

Tomur ATAGÖK - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

Tomur ATAGÖK - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

Maide AREL - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

Maide AREL - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

Frumet TEKTAŞ - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

Frumet TEKTAŞ - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

French 1900 Century Schoolgirl in Ottoman Costume. She reminds me of someone from C.S. Lewis' Narnia Chronicles.

French School of the century, Elegant Young Woman in Ottoman Costume, oil on canvas mounted on panel, 190 x 61 cm.

İlk Türk kadın ressam Mihri Müşfik’in hayatı kitap oldu

İlk Türk kadın ressam Mihri Müşfik’in hayatı kitap oldu

Nevhiz TANYELİ - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

Nevhiz TANYELİ - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

Comtesse de Clermont-Tonnerre (1766-1832), 1785 by Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun (1755-1842)

A contemporary described the comtesse de Clermont-Tonnerre as a woman of "lively intelligence" and "sparkling originality." With a flurry of dazzling brushwork, the artist portrays her in a fanciful Turkish costume by Élisabeth Louise Vigée Lebrun.

Tomur ATAGÖK - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

Tomur ATAGÖK - Sanatçı Detayı - Turkish Paintings

sabire susuz | Merkur Gallery

sabire susuz | Merkur Gallery

Mihri Müşfik - Google'da Ara

Mihri Müşfik - Google'da Ara

Nevhiz Tanyeli, (Turkish, b. 1941, Together, 1993 - Oil on canvas, 116,5 x 89 cm. I The human figure has always been a central element of Tanyeli’s work. She creates figures whose inner selves are suggested by clues. She depicts her figures in seemingly amorphous spaces, with the result that their world seems to be materializing from within a dream or from the depths of consciousness.

Nevhiz Tanyeli, (Turkish, b. 1941, Together, 1993 - Oil on canvas, 116,5 x 89 cm. I The human figure has always been a central element of Tanyeli’s work. She creates figures whose inner selves are suggested by clues. She depicts her figures in seemingly amorphous spaces, with the result that their world seems to be materializing from within a dream or from the depths of consciousness.

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