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Contemporary Artist, Abstract Painter, Drawings

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Patrice de Santa Coloma is a French Argentinian Contemporary Abstract Painter Artist who focuses on abstract landscapes, contemporary drawings, and produces large abstract paintings and drawings. Guided by architecture shapes and colours with a colourist approach using a combination of bright colours and pastel tones to elaborate complex abstract compositions where mineral and organic forms evolve like mutations. De Santa Coloma is a well known contemporary Abstract Painter.

André Masson, Giotto, Henry Moore, Pier Kerkeby, Derain, Picabia, Kandinsky, Delaunay, Best Contemporary Abstract Painter Artist
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rincones

Rincones

But a question, perhaps indiscreet, naturally arose, and I could not refrain from doing it to him. "So you're an engineer, Captain Nemo? "Yes, Mr. Professor," he replied, "I studied in London, in Paris, in New York, when I was an inhabitant of the continents of the earth. "But how could you have built, in secret, this admirable Nautilus?" "Each of his pieces, Mr. Aronnax, came to me from a different point in the world, and under a disguised destination. Its keel was forged at Le Creusot, its propeller shaft at Pen and C°, London, the sheet metal plates of its hull at Leard, Liverpool, its propeller at Scott, Glasgow. Its tanks were manufactured by Cail and Co, from Paris, its machine by Krupp, in Prussia, its spur in the workshops of Motala, Sweden, its precision instruments at Hart brothers, new York, etc., and each of these suppliers received my plans under various names. "But," I said, "these pieces thus made, they had to be assembled, adjusted? "Professor, I had set up my workshops on a deserted islet in the middle of the ocean. There, my workers, that is, my brave companions whom I have instructed and trained, and I have completed our Nautilus. Then, the operation finished, the fire destroyed all traces of our passage on this islet that I would have blown up, if I could. Jules Verne - Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
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