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My favourite painters Коробейникова Н.А. МОУ «Гимназия №21» г. Электросталь
Surrealism Metaphorical realism Salvador Dali Vladimir Kush
Vladimir Kush Was born in 1965 Began to experiment with surrealism at the age of 14 Appreciates the integral connection between maths and art
In 1987 drew the portrait of medical attaché by American embassy Went to USA in 1990 Comes back to Moscow in 1996 Now lives in Maui
Salvador Dali Was born in 1904 in Figueres Arranged the exhibition of charcoal works at the age of 13 Turned out of the San-Fernando Academy in 1926
Met Picasso in 1926 Met Elena Diakonova in 1929 Salvador Dali
Landscape Near Figueras
Mountain Lake Combines personal and public references Hints on negotiations between Hitler and Chamberlain Water line reminds of the lake Rekesence in Pyrenees The lake can simultaneously be seen as a fish
According to Greek mythology, Narcissus fell in love with his own reflection in a pool. Unable to embrace the watery image, he pined away, and the gods immortalised him as a flower. Dalí shows this metamorphosis by doubling a crouching figure by the lake with a hand clutching an egg, from which the narcissus flower sprouts. Metamorphosis of Narcissus Dalí's inspiration for this painting came from a conversation overheard between two fishermen discussing a local man who would stare at himself in a mirror for hours. One of the men described the man as having a "bulb in his head"; a colloquium meaning that he was mentally ill.
Venus de Milo with Drawers Venus à la Giraffe
Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War)
Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus) Evolvent of Tesseract
Christ of Saint John of the Cross The 16th century Spanish mystic St John of the Cross had a vision that he had translated onto paper. He had drawn the crucifixion from an unusual angle .
Christ of Saint John of the Cross The Geometry and its significance This painting, viewed from afar, will take the shape of an hourglass, which could stand for time: an inverted triangle for the crufix, and an upright one caused by the lighting below. Kind of balances the composition. The Christ and the cross forms the triangle of the Holy Trinity, with Christ's head a circle in the centre of the triangle, extending to mean that He or His act is the centre and meaning of everything in the universe; He is all that you need to realise. The arrow points to earth, meaning that this is God's gift to mankind.
The Persistence of Memory Dali had significant interests in science and psychology (He studied the works of Freud and Nietzsche, for example). The painting is nothing more than a collection of ideas, that are to do with the interpretation of dreams, perception of reality, time, birth, death .
The ants, seemingly attacking the orange clock positioned on the rectangular table-like object perhaps indicate the anxiety associated with time. Perhaps the images of the melting clocks are nothing more than ideas influenced by the Camembert cheese left for too long of a period of time on the table on a warm sunny day The persistence of memory meaning theme: the drooping pocketwatches possibly suggest the irrelevance of time during sleep. In other words, when we are asleep, or not conscious, the time does not persist, but memories do.
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