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    Surrealist Paintings of the artist: Salvador Dali

    Rankopedia ranks this painting the most successful surrealist paintings of all time.

    Salvador Dali _ persistence of memory.jpg

    Its entitled: The Persistence of Memory.

    But for me, it tells me either Laziness or Agedness. So lazy and/or so aged that even the clock refuses to stay steady on the wall, and becomes like wet towels waiting to turn dry again.
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    Augustus Schenck- "Anguish"

    This is a massive painting on the wall of the Melbourne Art Gallery and I just stand transfixed in front of it.
    I am the mother- I feel her pain. The choice. The anguish- I don't know if any other picture could decpict 'anguish' as well as this.

    To stay and die feels like utter loss- loss of two lives.
    To go and leave the baby to be torn to shreds feels like utter loss- and how could you go on living with that pain and knowledge.
    It isn't just about the death of the lamb, it's the birds.
    I don't know what I would do.

    This draws out the absolute empathy in me- as I said, I am that mother. And I think it's a test of people- if you don't feel anything when you see this picture, I don't know if I could deal with that type of person. Or maybe it has to do with an ability to put yourseld in the position of the mother. If you can't then I can't really blame you for not feeling anything. But I think the painting does such a good job of making you feel anguish.
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    When I first seen this I couldn't take my eyes off of it.
    There is so much emotion in it...so much love, empathy, and compassion.
    It is so beautiful. The artist is Max Svabinsky.
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    This is more photography but I was quite moved by this picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antahon View Post




    Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan - Ilya Repin.
    Well, the emotional tense is apparent.
    Gosh, the emotion of a close-up painting is captured and it looks natural.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silk15 View Post


    Augustus Schenck- "Anguish"

    This is a massive painting on the wall of the Melbourne Art Gallery and I just stand transfixed in front of it.
    I am the mother- I feel her pain. The choice. The anguish- I don't know if any other picture could decpict 'anguish' as well as this.

    To stay and die feels like utter loss- loss of two lives.
    To go and leave the baby to be torn to shreds feels like utter loss- and how could you go on living with that pain and knowledge.
    It isn't just about the death of the lamb, it's the birds.
    I don't know what I would do.

    This draws out the absolute empathy in me- as I said, I am that mother. And I think it's a test of people- if you don't feel anything when you see this picture, I don't know if I could deal with that type of person. Or maybe it has to do with an ability to put yourseld in the position of the mother. If you can't then I can't really blame you for not feeling anything. But I think the painting does such a good job of making you feel anguish.
    The death and loss of a loved one (especially child's death) = a pain like no other pain can match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowangel View Post


    When I first seen this I couldn't take my eyes off of it.
    There is so much emotion in it...so much love, empathy, and compassion.
    It is so beautiful. The artist is Max Svabinsky.
    Looks like the guy is mentally ill, and the girl shows her unconditional love.
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    If you want some soulful art you should check out Pia Feinik.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanVictorydawn View Post
    Rankopedia ranks this painting the most successful surrealist paintings of all time.

    Salvador Dali _ persistence of memory.jpg

    Its entitled: The Persistence of Memory.

    But for me, it tells me either Laziness or Agedness. So lazy and/or so aged that even the clock refuses to stay steady on the wall, and becomes like wet towels waiting to turn dry again.
    That painting reminds me of apathy.


     
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