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  • Günah Keçisi (detay), 160x100 cm, tuval üzerine akrilik boya, 2015.
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Scape Goat (detail), 160x100 cm, acyrlics on canvas, 2015.
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#kemalozen #kema...
  • Günah Keçisi (detay), 160x100 cm, tuval üzerine akrilik boya, 2015. . Scape Goat (detail), 160x100 cm, acyrlics on canvas, 2015. . #kemalozen #kemalözen
  • 6 1 21 hours ago
  • 5 МИФОВ о КАРТИНАХ МАСЛОМ
1⃣Это прошлый век
Да. Это и прошлый век, и настоящий, и будущий! Картины маслом - не стареющая классика! Она может стать ...
  • 5 МИФОВ о КАРТИНАХ МАСЛОМ 1⃣Это прошлый век Да. Это и прошлый век, и настоящий, и будущий! Картины маслом - не стареющая классика! Она может стать вашей семейной реликвией! У одной моей знакомой есть картина маслом, которую написал её пра-пра-пра-пр-пра-прадед, который был очень образованный и был близок с семьёй царя! Так то☝️ 2⃣Живопись маслом висит только в музее Картины живут и в музее, и в галереях. Но есть такое направление как интерьерная живопись. Она декоративная и цель её - украшать Ваш дом, радовать именно вас и украшать дом,а не пылится в галерее👍 3⃣Это дорого Не всегда. Есть очень дорогие картины, их коллекционируют, это прекрасное вложение денег. Но есть и начинающие очень талантливые художники, пишущие великолепные картины. И пока они не очень знамениты, их картины не очень дорогие😉 4⃣Только для стильного интерьера/загородного дома/новой квартиры/следующей жизни Ох...этот пункт мой сааамый не любимый. Потому что я за принцип "жить здесь и сейчас", и за то, чтобы радоваться жизни сейчас, а не "потом когда-нибудь когда что-то там такое произойдёт..наверное"🙄 5⃣Это не стильно Готова поспорить! Современная живопись такая многогранная, непременно найдёте что-то на свой вкус 😘 КАКИЕ У ВАС ПРЕДРАССУДКИ ОТНОСИТЕЛЬНО КАРТИН В ДОМЕ? - - - - - - - Картина на фото в наличии Холст, масло 40*50 4000
  • 1 1 21 hours ago
  • Günah Keçisi, 160x100 cm., tuval üzerine akrilik boya, 2015.
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Scape Goat, 160x100 cm., acyrlics on canvas, 2015.
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#kemalozen #kemalözen
  • Günah Keçisi, 160x100 cm., tuval üzerine akrilik boya, 2015. . Scape Goat, 160x100 cm., acyrlics on canvas, 2015. . #kemalozen #kemalözen
  • 3 1 21 hours ago
  • Günah Keçisi (detay), 160x100 cm, tuval üzerine akrilik boya, 2015.
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Scape Goat (detail), 160x100 cm, acyrlics on canvas, 2015.
.
#kemalozen #kema...
  • Günah Keçisi (detay), 160x100 cm, tuval üzerine akrilik boya, 2015. . Scape Goat (detail), 160x100 cm, acyrlics on canvas, 2015. . #kemalozen #kemalözen
  • 5 1 21 hours ago
  • Julius LeBlanc Stewart (American, 1855-1919) "La Clairiere" (aka The Glade) 1900
  • Julius LeBlanc Stewart (American, 1855-1919) "La Clairiere" (aka The Glade) 1900
  • 240 3 22 hours ago
  • Untitled (The Abortion Pastels) - Paula Rego (1998)
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In 1998 Portuguese born artist Paula Rego created a series of work entitled "Untitled. The Ab...
  • Untitled (The Abortion Pastels) - Paula Rego (1998) • In 1998 Portuguese born artist Paula Rego created a series of work entitled "Untitled. The Abortion Pastels." Rego created her work in response to a referendum to legalise abortion in Portugal, which was very narrowly defeated. Each canvas depicted the image of a woman undergoing an unsafe abortion. • Rego was born in Portugal in 1935, into what she describes as a repressive, middle-class Portuguese life in which women were highly encouraged to do nothing, while working-class women were forced to do everything. The painter recalls girlhood as a time of learning obedience to men, in addition to secretive and confused messages about puberty, sexual abstention and female propriety.  Subsequently, after leaving 1950’s, then fascist Portugal, described by her father as a ‘killer society for women’, to attend London’s Slade School of Fine Art, Rego recollected an era including coerced sex leading to secretive and often tortuous back street abortions. In turn, her Abortion series would be both inspired by her own experiences and that of her fellow female students and what she had witnessed growing up around the small Portuguese villages of her formative years. • While Rego’s series depicted a theme uncommon in a Western cannon of art often only concerned with the idealisation of womanhood, its harsh realism exposed a secret, yet very real world for women themselves. The artist, however, did not reflect any particular emotion, nor are her subjects portrayed as passive victims. In fact their eyes often gaze blankly outwards at the viewer, thus putting the emphasis of judgement, of guilt, of collusion, of pain, of torture on those passively spectating. The artist’s brutal images question the idea of ‘respectability’ in what she believed was a denial of reality for many women. Rego was enraged at her country’s inability to truly face up to the experience of women who would have abortions with or without choice, whether legal or not. • text source: womensartblog.wordpress.com
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  • Oil painting on canvas. Cosmopolitan magazine, May 1950. (95x70cm). Solo exhibition of paintings @thesodencollection starting Saturday October 6th
  • Oil painting on canvas. Cosmopolitan magazine, May 1950. (95x70cm). Solo exhibition of paintings @thesodencollection starting Saturday October 6th
  • 101 3 12:40 PM Mar 20, 2018