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Olga Potekhina
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«Думаю, глядя на картину Лизы Рэй "Колодец желаний :) загадывать? или хватать ведро? http://artchive.ru/users/1603/collections/556/works/3719»
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The story of one exhibition, which became the most visited one in the twentieth century, drastically changed the lives of several dozen artists, deprived German museums of priceless collections, added the word “degenerate” to the dictionary of art terms and became a symbol of ruthless censorship in Nazi Germany.

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Спасибо за статью! Очень познавательно и интересно !
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Интересная статья. Спасибо и привет из Тбилиси
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    A small (117 by 164 cm) painting by Peter Brueghel the Elder, painted in oil on wood, is a detailed masterpiece visualizing more than a hundred utterances. Birds of one flight. Stick sticks in wheels. On tenterhooks. We all know and use these sayings. Sometimes ironic, often not serious and funny, these statements are an indicator of our mind and intellect. And not only in Russian. The play on words in literature, communication and art has been and remains a hallmark of different cultures for centuries.
    This is exactly what the Dutch master Peter Bruegel the Elder meant when he created his incredible Flemish Proverbs more than 450 years ago (alternative names are “Dutch sayings” or “Peace Upside Down”).
    Your attention -Arthive’s detailed illustrated guide to this incredible work with decoding of Brueghel's visual messages.
    Pieter Bruegel The Elder. Flemish proverbs
    Flemish proverbs
    Pieter Bruegel The Elder
    1559, 117×163 cm
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    May 18 is the birthday of Peter Brueghel the Elder. Not everyone knows that his success with the public began with the fact that Bruegel ... signed with the name Bosch. However, he did not do it himself. That's how it was. In the workshop of the engraver and businessman Jerome Kok “On the Four Winds”, young Bruegel was engaged in creating drawings for prints. Kok was agile and adventurous. He quickly realized that few could afford oil paintings, but anyone could afford a good engraving. It is only necessary to find a witty and technical draftsman - such as Bruegel. And how to make engravings buy? Well, for example, ordering a Brueghel cycle on mortal sins - there is always a demand for vice and morality at the same time. Sometimes Kok fell to forbidden tricks: he signed Bruegel's engraving “Big fish eats little fish” in the name of Bosch, so she had more chances to be sold.
    Pieter Bruegel The Elder. Big fish eat small fish
    Big fish eat small fish
    Pieter Bruegel The Elder
    1556-1556, 21.6×30.7 cm
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    Босх в деталях: как связаны шут и 7 смертных грехов?
    Этот фрагмент работы Босха Семь смертных грехов и четыре последние вещи изображает грех похоти (luxuria). Символизировать её должны две пары любовников в шатре, но не только. Многие детали здесь перекликаются с картиной Босха Корабль дураков музыкальные инструменты, сосуды с вином, вишни, есть даже шут. По его голому заду собираются ударить огромным черпаком. В чём смысл этой изобразительной шутки? По-видимому, Босх здесь поступает так, как позже станет делать Брейгель в картине Фламандские пословицы. Он буквализирует поговорку: выражение «ударить по ягодицам» в нидерландском языке означало распущенность.
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    Дело Джузеппе Арчимбольдо , который в XVI веке рисовал «мозаичные» лица из фруктов, овощей и цветов, оказывается, по-прежнему живо. Правда последователь итальянского художника Клаус Энрике ( Klaus Enrique ) создает свои портреты в немного иной форме: вместо холста и красок в его распоряжении фотокамера и много, очень много живых цветов и плодов, из которых нужно «собрать» лицо до того, как они…
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