Tag Archives: Mannerism

Multiple personality art: 3d goth on the long way back

He claims to be haunted by an alter-ego.And he is probably right. Perhaps more than one. He is also becoming a celebrity; making noise in the world of pop art and serious art with¬† haunting, surreal, and mysterious digital prints, … Continue reading

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THREADS OF HORROR FROM THE "EVIL GENIUS"

“What in effect Caravaggio is doing systematically and deliberately, for the first time in the history of art, is destroying the space between the event in the painting and the people looking at it…” “Michelangelo Merisi, known as Caravaggio (1571-1610) … Continue reading

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A PIED PIETER OF THE LESS DROLL

In Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s picturizations of proverbs and parables, the Netherlandish peasant is employed only as a pantominist, but in the paintings of peasant life he comes into his own as Bruegel’s symbol of significant man. People who are … Continue reading

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