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25/03/2015

LeRoy Neiman

Neiman was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, the son of Lydia Sophia (née Serline) of Braham, Minnesota[1] and Charles Julius Runquist, who were married in 1918, and living at Grasston, Minnesota (Kanabec County) in 1921.[2][3] He was ofSwedish descent.[2] His father deserted his family,leroy neiman prints and when his mother married his stepfather, John L. Niman (Neiman) in 1926, LeRoy changed to the new surname as well. His mother divorced Neiman about 1935, and married for the third time in about 1940, to Ernst G. Hoelscher, of St. Paul. She died in St. Paul, Minnesota, November 14, 1985, at age 87 years. LeRoy was raised in the Macalester-Groveland, and Frogtown neighborhoods of St. Paul. The home he lived in the longest, from about 1940 to about 1955, still stands at 569 Van Buren Avenue, in St. Paul.

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01/01/2015

Leroy neiman learning to use tempera painting figures

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01/11/2014

British exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci sketches of human anatomy


500 years ago, Leonardo da Vinci drew his hands against a lot of

incredible human anatomy sketch accuracy comparable with modern

digital imaging technology. In an era dating back to the 1498's

notes, he painted a series of skull sketch. To draw these

sketches, Leonardo da Vinci will face the tip cut off, exposing

the underlying structure. In the case without damaging the bone

is cut and easy to complete. To help us understand the whole

process, he deliberately drew the picture with a scalpel.

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