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Alvar Aalto Foundation

Alvar Aalto Foundation

Hyvinkään taidemuseo - www.hyvinkaa.fi Bea Farenhorst, Tamarind, 2013, 20x15 cm, puupiirros/woodcut Yrjö Saarinen, Tanssiva Pariisi, 1930, liimaväri, 119x291 cm, Karin ja C. E. Sonckin kokoelma/Hyvinkään taidemuseo Tarjottimen kuva Yrjö Saarisen teoksesta Syyskuva Hyvinkäältä, 1950, öljy, Hyvinkään taidemuseo SO-IL Kuopion taidemuseo - Kuopio Art Museum Vardehaugen AS Vardehaugen is an architectural studio located in Oslo, Norway. We work with a variety of projects, from private houses to public processes and urban planning. Kiasma:  Etusivu : Desenfreno Suomen valokuvataiteen museo Maki and Associates【槇総合計画事務所】 Read more - www Red sunset is burning the skies over distant mountains of Kilimanjaro and Meru. On the savannah royal elephants, graceful antelopes and cheetahs turn their heads towards the viewer. Colorful birds form flowerlike designs. This is Tinga Tinga – the national pride of Tanzania. Edward Saidi Tingatinga (1932–1972) Edward Saidi Tingatinga was born in 1932 in a village called Namochelia, in southern Tanzania. His paintings were made using recycled, low-cost materials, such as masonite squares, ceramic fragments, and bicycle paint. Eventually, Tingatinga's paintings became very popular among European residents and tourists, so that he was able to work full-time as an artist. The Tingatinga Arts Cooperative Society After Tingatinga's death, his followers Ajaba Abdallah Mtalia, Adeusi Mandu, January Linda, Casper Tedo, Simon Mpata, and Omari Amonde organized with the relatives of Tingatinga.

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