Monday, November 29, 2010

Sarcophagus from Cincinnati Art Museum

Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.
Ludwig Wittgenstein

Old Masters in Cincinnati Art Museum

Miro at Cincinnati Art Museum

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Five paintings from Worcester Art Museum

Anonymous Artist from School of Fontainebleau

Andrea del Sarto

Giovanni Battista Moroni



Thursday, November 18, 2010

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Two Georgian Stage Designers

Petre Otskheli, sketch for "Othello" 1933

Petre Otskheli, sketch for "Spartacus" 1933

Petre Otskheli, "Flying Decorator" 1936

Petre Otskheli, sketch for "Othello" 1933

Irakli Gamrekeli, sketch for "Man in a Mirror" 1924

Irakli gamrekeli, sketch for "Man Mass" 1923

Irakli gamrekeli, sketch for "Man Mass" 1923

Irakli Gamrekeli, sketch for set design, 1924

Petre Otskheli – art deco, with a coldness and precision of that style
Irakli Gamrekeli – futurism, and constructivism
Petre Otskheli – reserved in his color palette – almost monochrome
Irakli Gamrikeli – hot colors, sharp and dynamic style
Petre Otsheli – works on every detail of every image, every sketch is finished, each personage has his own characteristics
Irakli Gamrekeli – quick, fast – the main thing is the result, the movement of the mass, color, and the theater seems to rush out at the viewer
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