Este site dedica-se às aves e a relação com o Homem.
O canto do Timbrado, do Harz,do Malinois.
O objectivo de site é contar as aventuras e os arcos de descobertas.
This site is dedicated to birds.singing canaries song,canaries,canaries de chant.
British painter and occasional printmaker, born in
London, a direct descendant of the great 18th-century sculptor
Roubiliac. In 1884 he emigrated to Australia to work for his uncle, a
surveyor, but he gave this up for art. He mainly painted landscapes at
this time and was influenced by Tom *Roberts, whom he met in Melbourne,
where Conder lived from 1888 to 1890 (see Heidelberg School). Then he
returned to Europe, briefly visiting England before moving to Paris,
where he studied at the *Académie Julian and became part of a circle of
artists, including *Anquetin, *Bonnard, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
(1864–1901). He appears in two of Lautrec's paintings of the Moulin
Rouge, and like Lautrec was notoriously dissipated; his friend William
*Rothenstein said he was ‘often without a sou, but…never without a
lady’. In 1897 Conder settled in London, but he made frequent visits to
Dieppe and Paris. His work was seen in numerous exhibitions, including
one-man shows, and he became a well-known figure in the art world, but
he fell seriously ill in 1906 from syphilis and stopped painting. more in BBC