Modele Julia 📷 Éric Champs
Modele Julia 📷 Éric Champs
Wikipedia describes this painting as “A painting depicting Princess Charlotte Gabrielli Bonaparte as a young peasant woman, by the French painter Jean-Baptiste Wicar (created 1815).” She married Mario Gabrielli in 1815, during the Hundred Days restoration, so this is presumably an idealised Italian peasant dress -- that white headdress with the flat folded top is typical of the costumes of ‘anonymous Italian pastoral beauty’ that comes up again and again in art of the 19th century (see this example by Bouguereau), although it’s not usually made entirely of lace (see: peasant). The spirit of Marie Antoinette and the Petit Trianon lives on, etc.
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Pythia, Isabel Mahe
I remark that my paintings are more and more light and colorful at the same time...
Pina Bausch, Wolfgang Alt
'Pina Bausch': Portrait of the German dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch. Oil on linen canvas. Signed on the back. Ready to hang.
Wish you were here, Paola Bazz
Just a shadow, a dream or a memory that lies dormant. Not merely memories, but frames of mind, thoughts, atmospheres. A nostalgic feeling for an absent something. We live in a fast changing society. Change entails uncertainty and nostalgia for the security we have lost. This feeling does exist in our society as an uninterpreted dream and it is constantly exploited by politicians and advertising. Propagandistic messages willing to contrast the unstable present with some imagined Golden Age are very common. Nostalgia contained in these messages is a cognitive short cut to cope with the pressure of the information overload and the consequently generated confusion. This 3d collage has been created by manipulating and transforming printed-paper recycled from magazines, leaflets and catalogues. Printed-paper, bursting with information, offers fragmented insights of our society and records of political and advertising messages. It has been generated by putting all together an aggregate of fragments, half-finished sentences, images and letters, in a sort of jigsaw puzzle. At a close-up view it becomes an abstract compositions, although from afar the original image is always recognizable allowing the viewer to engage with matters beyond what is immediately visible and encouraging different ways to look at things. This work has been shown in several exhibitions in London and it is ready to be hung up.
Head of a woman, Raquel Sarangello
head of a woman Work inspired by a special moment where I toured all the works of Picasso. Painting acrilic, inks of canvas
L'attimo, Emanuele Fittipaldi
Drawing: Graphite on Paper. Size:21,5 H x 41 W x 0.1 cm Paper size: width:41cm height:21,5cm Frame+Paper: width:54cm height:34,8cm depth:3cm Passepartout:4,5cm (White) the wooden frame was beautifully handmade here in Italy. It's a black lucid box with (as you can read) depth of 3 cm. With a white passepartout inside of 4,5cm
"Quiero que me recuerdes cuando hagas el amor, abras los ojos y, encima de ellos ya no esté yo"