It is likely that this wanderer (known as Domenikos Theotokopoulos in Crete, as Dominico Greco
in Italy and Spain, and finally by the nicknames El Griego and El Greco
), travelled for financial advancement.
This new way of thinking has extended to other Bonafide brands, spurring it to launch nine new products in the last two years, something it hasn't done for more than a decade, says Greco
I don't even think about perfectionism," says Greco
If it is over 10%, Greco
immediately checks on the job.
Along with van Gogh, El Greco
is regarded the epitome of the lone genius, spurning the art of his time to pursue his unique, interior vision.
We no longer think El Greco
must have been astigmatic, any more than that the early Modernists such as Matisse and Derain had to have been mad to paint as they did, unless they were having a joke at everyone's expense.
During the Counter Reformation, the theme reprised several times by El Greco
, was interpreted as the purification of the Church.
Both El Greco
and Beckmann learned enormously from the most adventurous, inventive artists of their day (who happened to come from countries not their own) and synthesized what they learned into compelling, idiosyncratic work so personal that it makes questions of influence interesting, but ultimately irrelevant.
has an almost anthropological fascination with the workings of his fellow man, both in and out of the sack, and there's enough going on in this book to keep the brain engaged during all those refractory periods.
When he was 25 years old, El Greco
left Crete and went to study in Italy for six years, first in Venice and then in Rome.
Domenikos Theodokopoulos (known as El Greco
took his chance with all the deftness of his own footballing hero Ryan Giggs.
Yep, the EastEnders star Michael Greco
got rid of his silly facial hair to play the lead in drama Murder In Mind.
In this matter I am in complete agreement with both Greco
and Williams, and Greco
's book, like Williams's, may serve the cause of bringing new converts around to our way of seeing things.
persuasively argues that the best skeptical arguments cannot be easily dismissed and should not be ignored.