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  • Asako Eguchi From the life of the angels.

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    Do you hear music? The angel plays the flute.
    The night was shattered by a lot of starry hours.
    Melody melts, the world fills with tenderness,
    The world of living fairy tales and bright poems.

    Tenderness surrounds the enchanted eye.
    A soft carpet spreads children's dreams.
    In Angel's music a subtle elegant pattern
    The light and the smile of the Moon are intertwined.

    Faces are intertwined, love and loss,
    Someone's recognition and someone's quietened pain.
    In the music of the Angel - stars, and birds, and beasts,
    The Kingdom of Heaven, the life of the earthly vale.

    With the music of the Angel Tenderness over us will curl,
    Flushing down the spring washing away sorrow and sins.
    The song is born, and souls are revealed,
    Combining melody, light and poems ...

    Alla Ryzhenko

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    Vladimir Kush Black Horse


     

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    Paul Cezanne In the Valley of the Oise

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  • Yves Boussin. I'll give you an outfit ...

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    I'll give you the outfit
    He extends his hands to Nayyar
    Anyone like this will be happy
    Sparkling jasper and smaragds

    The wondrous patterns on it
    It burns with golden fire
    Sparkle shines like a hail
    On the sleeves - completely adamant

    On the top of the yakhontovite ligature
    I light up the scarlet light
    And like a lace lay
    Burmitsk grain flashes

    Blue Augustus is at the bottom
    Magic light he beckons
    And Zl-Toch Kr and lapis lazuli,
    And the gate is embroidered with turquoise.

    Dariana Good

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    Yves Boursin is a French artist.
    Since he lives in the south of France, the artist loved to paint old Provencal dresses of the nineteenth century, and then he also began to write men's costumes of past centuries 17-18 centuries, the clothes of bullfighters.

    In order not to be - clothes of men or women, Yves Boussin always tries to think of the details, fabrics, materials, colors, objects.
    In his paintings, there are velvet, beads, silk, and lace.
    In the summer, when the sun is warming and holidays are in Arles, ladies wear such clothes on this occasion, which often remains to them from their grandmothers.
    These costumes are complemented by various accessories, in the course are chains, necklaces, jewelry, lace gloves, shawls.

    The artist in his works makes an emphasis on fragmentation, he depicts figures without a face and body so that there is no unnecessary, disturbing history or poses so that the viewer's eyes focus only on color and shape so that only the accuracy of the details matters.
    Pastel velvety - the main background in the paintings of Yves Boussin, on which vivid colors of details are highlighted, which adds to the works of charm.

  • 10 great works of art with a difficult fate.

     

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    The creation of masterpieces sometimes takes months and years. Artists invest in their projects knowledge, creative ideas and emotions.
    The finished canvases are filled with meaning and, therefore, subjective importance, the value of which can not be measured, at least until they are auctioned at the highest rate.
    The works, which we will talk about today, cost a lot of money, were of great importance for art critics and admirers, but, unfortunately, were damaged due to careless attitude or inattention, vandalism or the banal lack of proper storage conditions.
    If the creators of these art objects were alive, they would surely have come to horror.

     

     

     

    . "Pieta" (1498-99) by Michelangelo
    (Michelangelo - Pieta)


    Marble sculpture, depicting the mourning Virgin Mary with the body taken from the cross of Jesus Christ, is the main attraction of the cathedral of St. Petra in the Vatican and one of the most revered works of art for religious people and just for those who love and appreciate classical sculpture. For the entire 500-year history of the "Pieta", the most significant damage to the sculpture was caused in 1972, when a geologist with a hammer and shouting "I'm Jesus Christ!" Attacked the statue. Many of the fragments of the statue, including a piece of Mary's nose, were picked up by eyewitnesses of the incident, but were not subsequently returned to the cathedral. In the course of a long restoration, the face of the Mother of God was restored with the help of material taken from other parts of the statue. After the restoration of the "Pieta" Michelangelo Buanarotti was placed under bulletproof glass.



    2. Night Watch (1642) by Rembrandt van Rijn
    (Rembrandt van Rijn - Night Watch)


    Unfortunately, over time, "Night Watch" itself needed security. When the canvas was exhibited at the National Museum in Amsterdam, several attempts were made against him. In 1911, an unemployed ship's cook tried unsuccessfully to cut a picture with a knife. In 1975, the school teacher was more successful, cutting the canvas in zigzag lines (it was later found that this man was mentally distressed, and he soon committed suicide). And, although the picture was restored, traces of vandalism can still be found. In 1990, one of the visitors splashed on the picture with acid, but the guards reacted quickly, and the canvas was saved from death.

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    3. "Danae" (1636), Rembrandt van Rijn
    (Rembrandt van Rijn - Danae)


    One of Rembrandt's favorite paintings depicts the heroes of Greek mythology: the mother of Perseus, Dana, who meets Zeus, his father. A canvas measuring 2.4x3 meters was damaged in 1985, when a crazy visitor to the Hermitage in St. Petersburg (where the painting was kept since the XVIII century), waving a knife, tried to cut the lower part of the belly of Danae and the thigh. However, the dramatic nature of the situation is that after he opened a vessel with sulfuric acid and poured it onto the painting, so that the original paint began to bubble and came off the canvas. It took twelve long years to restore the picture and, fortunately, now it is exhibited again.

     

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    4. "Venus with a Mirror" (1647-51) by Diego Velázquez
    (Diego Velazquez - Rokeby Venus)


    Velazquez was a master in the realistic depiction of people - this is evident when looking at the "Venus with a Mirror", on which the goddess Venus lies on the bed in a seductive pose, looking in the mirror held by her son, Cupid. In 1914, Venus was literally cut into pieces by the military suffragist Mary Richardson (later became head of the women's unit of the British Union of Fascists) after the arrest of her companion, Emmeline Pankhrust. The woman entered the London National Gallery, despite warnings of a possible attack, and made seven cuts almost across the entire back of Venus. Richardson received a six-month prison term for her atrocity.

     

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    5. "St. Anna with Mary and the Infant Christ "(1499-1500) Leonardo da Vinci
    (Leonardo da Vinci - The Virgin and Child with St Anne and St John the Baptist)


    A black and white sketch of coal and chalk, written by Da Vinci 500 years ago, is also in the London National Gallery. In 1987, it was estimated at $ 35 million. Then the man tried to shoot a picture of the circumcision, intending to demonstrate his displeasure with "political, social and economic conditions in Britain." The shot damaged the protective glass and caused the appearance of a 6-inch hole in the garment of Our Lady. Numerous pieces of glass and pieces of paper were removed during the restoration, which, however, almost always happens in such cases, could not return the original look to the work.

     

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    6. "Actor", (1904) Pablo Picasso
    (Pablo Picasso - The Actor)


    Try to remember about some accident from your life that cost you a lot of money. Do you remember? And now compare your losses with losses suffered by the Metropolitan Museum in 2010, when one of the visitors accidentally fell on the picture Peak

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