Andrea Cascella was a sculptor, painter and ceramist. He was the son of Thomas and nephew of Michael. Like his brother Peter, he established himself as a sculptor, at first thanks to a collaboration with Domenico Rambelli, although at first he dabbled in painting and ceramics. Among his positions include the direction of the Academy of Brera.
Pietro Cascella ( 1921– 2008) was an Italian sculptor. His principal work consisted of large monumental sculptures, including the International Monument to the Victims of Fascism in the Auschwitz II-Birkenau death camp in Poland (1957–1967), and an underground mausoleum for Silvio Berlusconi at his villa in Arcore in the 1980s
Carel Nicolaas Visser ( 1928–2015) was a Dutch sculptor. He is considered an important representative of Dutch abstract-minimalist constructivism in sculpture.From 1948 until 1949 Visser studied architecture at the Technical University in Delft and subsequently from 1949 until 1951 sculpture at the Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague. After study in England and France, he settled as an independent artist in 1952 in Amsterdam.
Mordecai Ardon (1896 –1992) was an Israeli painter. Ardon was born Max Bronstein in 1896 in Tuchów, Galicia (then Austria-Hungary, now Poland). In 1933 he emigrated to Jerusalem in Mandate Palestine. He was granted Palestinian citizenship in 1936 and changed his name to Mordecai Ardon. He participated in the Venice Biennale of 1968.Beginning in the 1950s Ardon adopted a complex system of symbolic images in his paintings, taken from the Jewish Mystical tradition (Kabbalah), from the Bible and from a tangible reality.
Juan Ponç (1927–1984) was a Catalan artist and member of the avant-garde group Dau al Set.Joan Ponç was born in the Sarría neighborhood of Barcelona, Spain to Gumersindo Pons and Dolors Bonet.He attended the Colegio Salesiano San Antonio de Padua de Mataró boarding school from 1940–1942, during which time he decided to pursue an interest in painting. In 1946, Ponç presented his first solo art exhibition at the Sala Arte de Bilbao, and met fellow Dau al Set contributors Joan Brossa, J.V. Foix, and Arnau Puig.
Jakob Weidemann (1923 –2001) was a Norwegian artist. Jakob Weidemann is regarded as one of Norway’s more important artists of post-war Modernism. Weidemann’s work Storfuglen letter (1959) was selected as one of the twelve most important Norwegian artworks by Morgenbladet. His first solo exhibition was at Paus Knudsens Kunsthandel in 1942. Weidemann joined the Norwegian resistance movement during the Occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany, was arrested but escaped to Sweden in 1944. While there he was the victim of an accident in which an explosive charge blew up in such a way that he was blinded. He regained his sight, but then only in the left eye. The experience of being blind may have been decisive for the direction his art was later to take — towards an explosion of color and light
Accomplish professional Artist/Sculptor, Landscape Architect and Interior Designer with over forty five years of experience, working with numerous mediums. Giorgos has undertaken numerous art and sculpting commissions worldwide. He has exhibited in numerous galleries internationally in both solo and joint exhibitions with many fellow accomplished artists, including Lilia Pissaro, the great, great, great granddaughter of Camille Pissaro (the father of Impressionism). He has undertaken work for several world famous establishments, including Madame Tussards (London), Disneyworld (USA) and many more; including TV and movie film companies. Clients include Sheiks, politicians, footballers and many well-known celebrities.