Tag Archives: Self-portrait


When the rules don’t apply to those who live on the margins She liked going out in the evening and having a handsome man by her side; she loved him telling her how beautiful she was or how great her art was. Tête de femme, a pencil and watercolor drawing measuring 36.3 x 27.5 cm, dated 1928 and signed lower …

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AN INTROSPECTIVE AND PROPHETIC EYE PAINTER – Victor Brauner, between flattened perspectives and vivid colors

The eclectic use of images, between religion and mysticism His Prelude to a Civilization represents a gigantic white animal in profile on a blue and green ground, which preserves a series of stylized and strange representations inside. I am the dream. I am the inspiration. Through his work, he has depersonalized the human form, describing his anxieties to you. In …

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THE UNCONVENTIONAL ARTIST WITH INFINITE INTERESTS – Man Ray, casual but not indifferent photographer

What matters is the idea, not the camera His body ws buried in the Montparnasse cemetery, where you can read the epitaph: Nonchalant, but not indifferent. Le violon d’Ingres, one of his photographic portraits from 1924, depicted the naked back of a model retouched with marker strokes, a true creative genius in the form of two violin Effe. Born in …

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