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We value this historical knowledge for many reasons: we want to learn more about our ancestors and their lifestyles, and we want to gain insight from these distant people and cultures. But these efforts finally turned into an idea: we can benefit from facing the history that has emerged. In other words, the historical method does not deny that the value of art is ultimately therapeutic, even if one tends to forget or reject it. This is a (somewhat ironic) resistance from science to the utility of art therapy. Information is valuable only as a means of purpose whose purpose is to clarify our current needs.
This understanding of art has remained steady in recent years, but I believe this is the only viable way to think about the value of art. As we’ve seen before, other methods should default even if they deny it. To think of art from a therapeutic perspective is not to give up the esoteric, but to accept the esoteric and return art to the center of modern culture and modern life.
Of the sales, the “Triptych inspired by the Oresteia of Aeschylus” (1981) by Francis Bacon stood out, for which more than 84.55 million dollars were paid. The multi-million dollar sale of Bacon’s work was to be expected for several reasons. First, the work had not been on the market since 1987, when it was acquired by a prominent Norwegian businessman and collector.Read More
This may seem like an article for connoisseurs but I’m sure it can reserve pleasant surprises even for those who are not interested in technical design. On the other hand, axonometry is not only a mode of representation for architectural projects but also a form of visual language.Read More
Photos are a summary of our lives and reflect our memories instantly. A memory we take at that moment remains with us forever and becomes immortal. That’s why photo is life.Read More
At the end of the 19th century, in the years when the fashion for photographic portraits spread, the great Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) stubbornly defended the pictorial portrait, arguing thatRead More
Yet “accidental” simply means unexpected, accidental. Because it is precisely that perspective that is obtained when one stands in front of the scene without paying attention to placing the perspective picture parallel to the front wall.Read More
While the artist is doing his work, he probably thinks something and reflects this idea to his work, but we, who follow this, add our own interpretations and this brings art to a multiple universe, each audience adds something from himself and gives meaning.Read More
Everyone can learn to draw, as long as they learn to bring out the ability to “see artistically”, that is to perceive reality not according to the pre-established patterns of the rational mind which is managed by the left hemisphere of the brain, but through the development of intuitiveRead More
In this post, we have compiled very realistic paintings of unbelievable quality from artists who have a high level of drawing and painting skills.
These drawings that make people want to draw will really surprise you.Read More
How many ways can a wave be depicted? You can see it from the side, at Hokusai, in front, at Monet, from inside, at Aivazovsky. And then?
Then it depends on what that wave means. If it’s a powerful show, if it’s a seething turmoil. It can be alone or with the sisters. It may still be far from the shore or it may have crashed on the rocks. Each wave is a story, which ends where the sea ends.Read More