2018. február 20., kedd

Juliette Fazekas

Fazekas poses with Aphrodite, known as the “Venus de Milo." The statue was almost certainly created in around 100 BC, in the "Neoclassical” style that was so much to the Romans’ taste, combining a Classical, impassive face with the realistic elements of Hellenistic nudity. Note the contrast between the neutral, Classical face and the naturalistic, Hellenistic rendering of the body’s full curves...


2018. február 17., szombat

At the Grand Piano

Edvard Munch (Norwegian, 1863-1944) - At the Grand Piano, c.1916-17 (Oil on canvas. Munch-museet) - - Munch’s somber, resonant color, as well as his rendering of the human figure in semi-abstract tonalities, would prove enduring expressive and stylistic hallmarks. One sees Munch’s extended influence even in the work of a later painter such as Francis Bacon, whose portraits reflect the sitter’s psychological turmoil as is manifested in skewed facial and bodily features…


2018. február 15., csütörtök