“The triumph of death”: What is the secret of Bruegel’s painting, which has been shaking the minds and imagination of people for almost 500 years?
There are paintings in the history of painting that leave a deep imprint on a person’s entire life — it’s worth seeing at least once. Impressions of what he saw seemed to penetrate the subconscious and for a long time excite the soul and make you think. Such a work, of course, is the “Triumph of Death” by Peter Bruegel, who erased the line between the realm of the dead and the world of the living, clearly showing the omnipotence of Death and the helplessness of man.
The painter of the late Renaissance of the Netherlands entered the history of art as a magnificent master who was able to bring together the trends of the Renaissance and the traditional Dutch art, creating his own unforgettable world in his works. Continue reading
The artist from Australia creates bright portraits of girls, as if proving that everything is easier in the world than it seems.
Emma Uber (Emma Uber) has an incredible talent to paint faces, opening in front of our eyes the brightest canvases, which are full of wild colors: from yellow to red and fiery red, with an admixture of blue and pale blue. You look at them and see the light that is pouring from the inside, illuminating everything outside, but you immediately notice a pattern that in places, in the eyes of some characters, an internal black and white drama skims hidden under layers of multi-colored paints. Continue reading