В последнее время полюбила формат интервью 🎥
И тут не обязательно смотреть, можно просто включать фоном во время какого-либо занятия
Если интересен какой-нибудь «персонаж», смотреть передачу будет вдвойне увлекательнее
это хороший способ подчеркнуть для себя что-нибудь познавательное.
После некоторых у меня реально появляется стремление к чему-то новому ...
Хоть сейчас это повальное занятие , интервью берут все и у всех, интересные реально найти!
Kusama: All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins 🎃
14 1,3336 December, 2019
Amedeo Modigliani, Portrait of Max Jacob, 1916, oil on canvas, 73 x 60 cm, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf.
Amedeo Modigliani, 1884-1920, was an Italian painter and sculptor. His portraits and nudes are famous for their elongated and simplified forms. In 1909 Modigliani met the Romanian sculptor Brancusi. He adviced him to study African sculpture. Modigliani made and exhibited multiple stone heads which clearly reflect the influences of African, Egyptian, and ancient Etruscan and Greek sculpture. When Modigliani returned to painting again in 1915 his experience as a sculptor had fundamentally changed for his painting style. The characteristics of his sculptures: long necks and noses, simplified features, oval faces, almond-shaped blank eyes, a simple but monumental use of line became also typical of his paintings. He also eliminated the illusion of three-dimensionality, rejected the use of gradations of light and shadow and painted with bold and juxtaposed colors. His most celebrated paintings are a series of controversial female nudes which Modigliani painted in 1916 and 1917. His handling of paint was much rougher than the smooth, highly finished surfaces of most Salon nudes at that time. The paint is applied in short stabbing strokes, wet-in-wet, so that the brush and scratch marks are clearly visible particularly in the way that the skin is accentuated. Modigliani’s explicit depiction of pubic hair led to the police closing his first and only solo exhibition in 1917, on grounds of indecency. The subject of this portrait is Max Jacob. They met in Montmartre where they both lived and became friends. Jacob was a French poet, painter, writer, and critic. He became an important figure in Montmartre and played a decisive role in the new directions of modern poetry during the early part of the 20th century. He was also good friends with Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris and Jean Cocteau.