Art History

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Art History

Triptych Inspired By The Orestiada De Esquilo.

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.

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Van gogh
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Portraits

Two Portraits And Two Self-Portraits – Van Gogh

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 that

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Perspective
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The Accidental Perspective: The World Seen From The Angle

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.

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