Tag Archives: Ferdinand Georg Waldmuller

children being cute

Children being cute as a metaphor for superficiality. The new image of the child being born in innocence and the painter to capture that ripe moment of angelic realm before the inevitable gradual tarnishing of the soul. It was a … Continue reading

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the undraped: Of anecdotal interest

There are few styles in art that fell so far into disrepute as the once prized academic art of the nineteenth-century. As awful as much of it was, there are still grounds for some of it to be redeemable and … Continue reading

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