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Lovers, war and death

Hi folks! This german artist was another victim of second world war. She died  in 1943 at 26 years old. Thanks for your visits!

By Salomon, Charlotte – Lovers on a beach.    Do not miss these four minutes of visiting the work of Charlotte, accompanied by the genuine music by russian composer Sergei Rachmaninov: https://youtu.be/LXe4MU6wST8

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Fictional and Mythical lovers

😱 HELLO SISTERS ! I DON’T KNOW ANY ARTIST WITH A POPULAR ICON LIKE THIS, INSPIRED FROM ONE OF HIS WORK: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Scream

By Munch, E. – Scene between Alpha and Omega

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Night on the beach

Hi folks! That incredible artist that everyone like. Thank you for your visit!

By Van Gogh – A couple strolling on a shore under a starry night

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Psicóloga en Gijón. Psychologist interested in Art

Sara P. Lorenzo

Sara P. Lorenzo, psicóloga especialista en soluciones de problemas de relaciones, así como en ansiedad, con terapia online.

Sara P. Lorenzo, psychologist specialist on relationships troubles, and anxiety too, with online services.

http://www.psicolorenzogijon.com

By Munch, Edvard – Depressed man talking with a mermaid on a shore.

La doctora Sara P. Lorenzo no sólo es una apasionada de su trabajo, también es una fan de artistas especialistas en expresiones humanas, como John W. Waterhouse, Edvard Munch o simplemente de los dibujos Manga.

Doctor Sara P. Lorenzo, is not only a passionate of her job, she also is a fan of artists specialists on human faces expression, like John W. Waterhouse, Edvard Munch or on simply Manga drawings.

If you are interested on mermaids stories, here you’ve got a good link:

https://cosmicktraveler.wordpress.com/mermaids-encounters/

THANKS SO MUCH FOR YOUR VISITS! 💞😉

 

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Abortion (By Paula Rego)

By Rego, Paula – Series about Abortion. Untitled, number 4

Dear Sisters, a few weeks ago I went with a friend to see an art exhibition. I liked it a lot and so did she. A few days later, I went to the same exhibition and that second friend did not like anything. The surprising thing is that the first friend hardly sees exhibitions of art and nevertheless the second yes that usually does it. In one of the series exposed the protagonists were women who were going to abort. Of course, the three of us are undoubtedly supporters of abortion, so that the issue was not subject to disagreement between anyone. The difference was that works were exposed in which the author narrated situations sometimes dreamy and sometimes nightmare. The husband of the second friend who also is a draftsman, agreed with my opinion that his wife had a very literary vision towards art. On the contrary the first friend was with a very open minded and willing to enjoy without any prejudice or condition and as a person with a lot of sensitivity got it without me forcing their natural perception at all.

All this brings me what I studied in the University, about ‘Significance’ and ‘Meaningfulness‘. That is, on the one hand the graphic part that represents and on the other side the represented theme. Sometimes the word and the image can be turned away and some artists can use that as a game. With the first friend we agreed to one of the works in which what we were contemplating did not convey the feeling of what the title would have suggested. For example a title for a heartbreaking situation represented with a style and a treatment of materials and color, delicate, subtle or exuberant. This aspect or game, is of interest to those who are also authors of our works.

In the exhibition there are engravings, oils and other techniques, but in my opinion they highlight works made with pastel by the unusual of its large formats.

Paula Rego, when she is interested in it, is a privileged heiress of Henri Matisse’s originality of color, of Goya’s early expressionism, of Rubens’s strokes, or of the mastery of lights as in the works of the French prince of pastel technique Was Maurice Quentin of La Tour. She is not a simply great artist, in my opinion she is a giant artist.

If you come to Barcelona, do not miss this complete exhibition that will be until  OCT 08-2017 (La Rambla, 99 – Free entrance)
Here you have an interesting link:

http://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/lavirreina/es/exposiciones/lexico-familiar/121

Thanks so much for your visit and Cheers!

 

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Relationships

Hi folks! Before to publish this post, I was wondering if I should to advice about some presumable contents only for adults. But after my rumination I inferred that the main goal of Art and artists, is exactly to touch our mind and soul with the sensations that a work produces. So I discarded any warning.

Thanks so much for your understanding and for your visits. Cheers!

By Picasso - A woman and two men

By Picasso – A woman and two men

By Munch - A man and a woman entering into a forest

By Munch – A man and a woman entering into a forest

By Léger, Fernand - Embraced

By Léger, Fernand – Embraced

By Rubens - The worry

By Rubens – The worry

By Waterhouse, John William - The awakening of Adonis

By Waterhouse, John William – The awakening of Adonis

By Rowlandson, Thomas - A woman takes off one of her slippers in front a man

By Rowlandson, Thomas – A woman takes off one of her slippers in front a man

By Lancrenon, Joseph-Ferdinand - Study for Boreas and Oreithyia

By Lancrenon, Joseph-Ferdinand – Study for Boreas and Oreithyia

By Gauguin - Maybe you are jealous. 'Aha Oe Feii'

By Gauguin – Maybe you are jealous. ‘Aha Oe Feii’

By Rembrandt - The monk in the cornfield

By Rembrandt – The monk in the cornfield

By Schiele, Egon - Two embraced girls

By Schiele, Egon – Two embraced girls

By Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig - Lovers

By Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig – Lovers

By myself - A memory of the relationships with my wife in the nineties. (Sketch-collage)

By myself – A memory of relationships with my wife in the nineties. (Sketch-collage)

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Relationships

By Munch - Disconnection feeling

By Munch – Disconnection feeling

By Coypel, Antoine - Man resting in the lap of a woman

By Coypel, Antoine – Man resting in the lap of a woman

By Rowlandson, Thomas - The proposal

By Rowlandson, Thomas – The proposal

By Cornelisz, Pieter - A couple of lovers

By Cornelisz, Pieter – A couple of lovers

By Cocteau, Jean - The profile of a couple

By Cocteau, Jean – The profile of a couple

By Piazzetta, G. B. - Two girls kidding with the carnations and the hat of a boy florist

By Piazzetta, G. B. – Two girls kidding with the carnations and the hat of a boy florist

By Grosz, George - Adults' wooing

By Grosz, George – Adults’ wooing

By Bonnard, Pierre - The kiss of the girls

By Bonnard, Pierre – The kiss of the girls

By Kirchner, Ernst L. - Reclined lovers

By Kirchner, Ernst L. – Reclined lovers

By Picasso - Unknown title

By Picasso – Unknown title

By Schiele - Two women

By Schiele – Two women

By Beham, Hans Sebald - The love, the offspring and the death

By Beham, Hans Sebald – The love, the offspring and the death

By Khakhar, Bhupen - Manifold arms for love

By Khakhar, Bhupen – Manifold arms for love

By Ring, L. A. - A couple of observers

By Ring, L. A. – A couple of observers

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