- Segantini's return. H. M. // Art Newspaper;Sep2014, Vol. 23 Issue 260, p32
The article discusses the 19th-century painter Giovanni Segantini who was known as an Italian artist but whose nationality is uncertain, his Alpine landscape paintings, and an exhibit of his work at the Palazzo Reale in Genoa, Italy from September 18, 2014 through January 18, 2015.
- Looking at Paintings. DUNSTAN, BERNARD // American Artist;Sep1980, Vol. 44 Issue 458, p58
The article features the work of painter Giovanni Segantini. Segantini's paintings may be classified roughly as Impressionist with the vibrancy of their colors, although most of them deal with Symbolist subject matter, emphasizing imaginative, literary, or poetic concepts. The symbolic figures...
- Spring in the Alps. Stutzer, Beat // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors;Apr2012, Vol. 175 Issue 597, p36
The article discusses the work of the Italian landscape painter Giovanni Segantini. It is noted that Segantini lived in Switzerland for the majority of his life, where he focused on paintings featuring the Alpine landscape. Particular focus is paid to his 1897 painting "Spring in the Alps,"...
- COLLECTORS' FOCUS. Crichton-Miller, Emma // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors;Apr2012, Vol. 175 Issue 597, p76
The article discusses interest among art collectors in paintings created by Swiss artists. The author notes that while the market for Swiss paintings has traditionally been centered in Switzerland itself, interest is also growing internationally. Information is provided on auction sales of Swiss...
- CRIES WE DOUBT EVER GOT CRIED OUT, RAPTURE OR NO RAPTURE. // New Yorker;10/12/1968, Vol. 44 Issue 34, p163
The article cites the reaction of Italian painter Giovanni Segantini when he first came up to the Engadine valley in GraubÃ¼nden, Switzerland from Lake Como.
- Die Mediziner-Kunstkolumne. von Troschke, Jürgen // Praxis (16618157);3/16/2011, Vol. 100 Issue 6, p382
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- Painting: Landscape, portrait, and still life. // World Almanac for Kids;1998, p26
Explains three types of paintings including landscape, portrait, and still life, and lists some famous painters and their works. Landscapes by El Greco, Jan Vermeer, Katsushika Hokusai, John Constable, Winslow Homer, and Georgia O'Keefe; Portraits by Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, John Singleton...
- Paint doesn't have brains. Van Heulle, Jim // Paint & Coatings Industry;Jun94, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p32
Supports the notion that paints `do not have brains.' Situations; Challenge on the author's management style; Problems experienced in the paint industry.
- Paint touch-up. // Automotive Marketing;Sep97, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p48
Presents information on a study conducted on the number of stores which stock touch up paints. Suggestion that this trade could be profitable to these store; Differences in the sales recorded by the stores; Average number of brands stocked; Provision of statistical information.