Francisco de Goya was a painter of the Spanish court during the s. XVIII. During his early years, Goya was mainly devoted to portraits. However, it is also known for its series of dark paintings.
Eugène Delacroix was one of the most important French painters of Romanticism. His style is now known as Orientalism and his works are very famous due to the finish of his loose brush strokes and his figures full of vitality.
A versatile and global artist, Leonardo was a unique and sublime thinker.
Paul Greenbarg has left us recently. This neuroscientist discovered how the brain cells communicate with each other, described the mechanisms of serotonin and was instrumental in developing, among other drugs, the antidepressant Prozac.
One of the most studied behaviorists in the faculties of Psychology.
Lev Vygotsky is a key author in the psychology of development and education, although he also made important contributions in the field of neuropsychology and founded the historical-cultural psychological approach.
Jerome Seymour Bruner (United States, 1915 – 2016) is one of the psychologists who have most influenced the development of psychology in the twentieth century, and it is for a good reason.
Kandinsky was a Russian artist who, from the beginning of his career, strove to build an art based on color and pure form. After abandoning a career in the field of social sciences, Kandinsky revolutionized the artistic world forever.
The life of Isadora Duncan was a mixture of talent, rebellion and tragedy. Not only did he revolutionize classical ballet, but he also dared to think and express himself freely, no matter what they said about it.