WHAT THESE PIECES OF ART MEAN?

Art is a relaxing tool full of enjoyment which it expresses a deep imagination and creativity. Thus, have you ever wondered what’s the purpose of a work of art?

THE KISS BY GUSTAV KLIMT

This piece of art was created by the Austrian painter GUSTAV KLIMT, the work of art depicts the painter and his woman EMILIE LOUISE FLOGE who stilled with Klimt until the end of his life even tho he was cheating on her with other women. The idea of THE KISS is to be an image of them as lovers.

-THE NIGHTMARE BY HENRI FUSELI

Henri Fuseli is a Swiss artist that painted the NIGHTMARE in 1781 which is an oil painting that depicts erotic evocation of infatuation and obsession, for which it’s also seen as prefiguration of late 19th century psychoanalytic theories regarding dreams and the unconscious.

-THE TWO FRIDAS BY FRIDA KAHLO

This masterpiece was created by the Hungarian Mexican icon Frida Kahlo, the masterpiece represent two Fridas the left Frida symbolize the emotional pain that the artist experienced and the right Frida shows the happy Frida after she remarried with Rivera.

-VENUS AND MARS BY SANDRO BOTTICELLI

Botticelli was an Italian painter born in the mid 1440 in Florence, Italy. The piece of art of Venus and Mars depicts love trumps war Venus the goddess of love deeply in love with Mars the god of war even tho Mars was married to Vulcan god of the night a lame old man….. But it was a passionate love between MARS and VENUS according to Greek mythology.

So, i hope y’all enjoyed it. Don’t forget to share your thoughts with us down below// Take Care//

11 Comments

  1. I think art is an expression of the time it’s not out of. So, to date they are mean is to superimpose the value of our time on them. It’s a good thought experiment to re-examine art through different, modern, lenses. But I think they should be evaluated as successfully representing their intent… or not. Great article!

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