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Love in stone.

Love in stone.

April 18 is celebrated worldwide on the International Day for Monuments and Sites. And as you have this holiday is almost in the middle of spring, the most romantic time of the year, AdMe.ru decided to gather in his review of the tender, passionate, exquisite sculptures, each of which tells its own story of love.

Marie de Medici Fountain

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? Marc Coggins

Marie de Medici Fountain in the Luxembourg Gardens is considered one of the most romantic places in Paris. The central figures – young lovers Acis and Galatea. According to legend, the Cyclops Polyphemus was in love with the beautiful Galatea, but she rejected him because she loved no less beautiful Aqeedah. Then the enraged Polyphemus crushed his rock. But Galatea managed to turn his unfortunate lover in a clear river. The fountain depicts lovers at the moment before the crash over them already hangs embittered Polyphemus, but they still do not see it and are unaware of the danger.
Cupid and Psyche

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This is one of the most famous sculptures by Antonio Canova, the master of the XVIII century. Canova was inspired by the great love story told by Apuleius in the “Golden Ass.” Crossed lovers almost ruined the envy of the most beautiful goddess. Venus ordered Psyche to descend into the underworld of the vessel with the beauty, forbidding her to look at him. Beloved Cupid violated the prohibition, opened the lid and was covered by a magic sleep. Kiss of Cupid Psyche returned to life.

This moment sculptor depicted in marble. Cupid just descended from heaven and touched the ground. Wings as if God kept in the air, and Psyche, still half asleep, rises to meet her lover. Canova created two masterpieces on the same story: the first copy of the sculpture in the Louvre (Paris), and the second, the changes in the Hermitage.
Venus and Adonis

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If the “Cupid and Psyche” Canova everyone knows something about many of his statues are often overlooked. And among them are some great monument of love, such as “Venus and Adonis”. Goddess fell in love with the beautiful Hunter and her lover Mars, angry, turned into a wild boar and killed Adonis while hunting. Venus was inconsolable, and after much debate, it was decided that the young man will spend six months in the realm of the dead, and six months – with his lover.
Again, Cupid and Psyche

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Italian Sculpture Tsintsinatusa Barozzi (mid XIX century) reflects another part of the myth of Cupid and Psyche, almost the beginning of his: Beauty Psyche, who could not find a husband among mortals, became the wife of the mysterious invisible creatures. For the first time she could see him asleep when her sister persuaded to highlight the Amur. In this paper Barozzi captures the moment when Psyche admires the beauty of his sleeping wife, the first time he saw him.
Rape of Proserpine

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Marble statue of “The Rape of Proserpine by Pluto” Gian Lorenzo Bernini began to build in 1621, he was only 23 years old. He captured the moment when the god of the underworld only momentarily appeared on the surface to kidnap the young daughter of Ceres. Sculpture riddled expression, fingers Pluto literally dig into the thigh of Proserpine, and inadvertently forget that you look at a marble statue. “I won the marble and made it flexible like wax, and thereby was able to some extent to combine sculpture with painting” – wrote Bernini.

Kiss

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Auguste Rodin’s famous sculpture “The Kiss” originally was called “Francesca da Rimini”, in honor of her depicted on the Italian noble ladies of the XIII century, whose name is immortalized by Dante’s Divine Comedy (The Second Circle, Fifth song). The lady fell in love with her husband’s younger brother Giovanni Malatesta, Paolo. When they read the story of Lancelot and Guinevere, found them, and then killed her husband. On the sculpture can be seen as Paolo holding a book. But in fact, the lovers do not touch each other’s lips, as if alluding to the fact that they were killed without committing sin.
The Eternal Idol

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This is another work by Auguste Rodin (1889), sensual and dramatic composition, inspired by personal relationships sculptor with his young pupil Camille Claudel. Rodin and Claudel met in 1883, when he taught sculpture to her and her friends. About a year later she began working in his studio and became his source of inspiration, a model student and lover. Master gave his beloved part of the job – the result was they really work overall, but his mood bleak. A man stands in front of a girl on her knees, not daring to look into her eyes. Another moment ago, she hugged him, but takes away his hands and sorrowful look. Their eyes are closed – they do not see the future.
Forever Together

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? Marian Lemke

This sculpture – one of the monumental cemetery tombstones Milan, there were more than one hundred and forty years. Residents of the city in advance to buy a place for burial, commissioned sculptor and architect projects gravestones or crypts, depending on taste, money and fashion trends. The work of an unknown author for family crypt is a pair that can separate even death. Their eyes are closed, but the arms are still tender. It seems as if one day they wake up from this dream as young and loving as they were once.

Loneliness of the soul

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The work of American sculptor Lorado Taft (1914) – is one of the most touching story of love and loneliness in stone. The composition is centered around the column and is a love quadrangle – each of its members facing the two partners, but competitors can not see each other because of the column. Taft said himself explained the concept of sculpture as follows: “It is based on the idea that, no matter how closely tied us the circumstances, we never really did not know each other.”
Adam and Eve

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This statue is located in the park of Villa Montalvo, California. Its author – a contemporary American sculptor Gail Koulfild. It is very difficult to determine who the couple, if you look at the sculpture in front, all the more so in the park no name plate composition. In order to solve the puzzle, you need to get around the statue: the back side you can see the snake gets to him who holds the teeth in the apple of knowledge.

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~ Jan Gauthier … Photogphy … ~

Hello!

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POND LILY, 2004
Thought … Still, how amazingly quickly becomes a close friend the one who have something to be thankful for … Magic Power – thanks … more than any hormonal fireworks and other women’s nonsense … It appears as a natural “reaction organism “on someone else’s actions, the attitude towards you, to support at the right time, sometimes for robust criticism, even for the offense can be thankful … She suddenly appears out of nowhere and stays forever … So, it seems to me , gratitude – the only measure of proximity between people … Anyway, that is natural, and it is valuable, the rest of the game, the game … and nothing more …
This post – my gratitude to you …
Each for their …:-)

ARCHIVAL PIGMENT PRINT 24 INCHES X 19 INCHES ED. 12

AVAILABLE LIGHT, 2005
GELATIN SILVER PRINT AND OIL 20 INCHES X 16 INCHES ED.

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BETWEEN LAND AND FOG
ARCHIVAL PIGMENT PRINT

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BETWEEN TWO WORLDS, 2004
ARCHIVAL PIGMENT PRINT 24 INCHES X 19 INCHES ED. 12

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Queen Anne’s Lace.24 x 20 Inches Hand painted silver gelatin print

24 x 20 Inches Hand painted silver gelatin print

PEONIE

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DARK VESSEL, 2004.ARCHIVAL PIGMENT PRINT 24 INCHES X 19 INCHES

Daylight Diffused, 24" x 19"

Daylight Diffused, 24 “x 19”

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Under the summer moon.

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Science Walks in Beauty, 20 “x 16” Gelatin Silver Print and Oil

Too Late For Logic

Too Late For Logic. 20 x 16 Inches Hand painted silver gelatin print

From Robert's Garden, 24" x 19"

From Robert’s Garden, 24 “x 19”

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Shell Beach
Hand-painted gelatin silver print

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Jan Gauthier
Abbott’s Lagoon
Hand painted silver gelatin print

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Summer bouquet, 11 “x 14” gelatin-silver print and butter

The first sign of spring, 20 “x 16” gelatin-silver print and butter

Information about Jan Gauthier, rather sparse …

Photo artist was born in 1958 in California. She was the first woman chair of photojournalism -vypusknik State University. San Francisco. The basis of her works are photographs immediate vicinity of West Marin County …. Then, floral still lifes and landscapes, it “brings to mind”: hand-colored black and white gelatin silver print oil-based pigments and senna umber tones, with the addition of a thin texture on the surface … Yeah, not so easy to create beauty …)
Lives and works in Marin County with her husband, a landscape painter John McCormick and two sons.

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       … Autumn horovod.Hudozhnik Olga Kalashnikova

I opened my memory
The mysterious world of correspondences,
And the circle, and a table and bench
The very same as a child.

A Tarkovsky

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Slow chreda descends autumn day,
Slowly turns yellow leaf,
And the day transparently fresh and wonderfully clean air –
The soul does not escape invisible decay.

Thus, every day it gets older,
And every year, as the yellow leaf spinning,
Everything seems to be and remember, and seems as
That the autumn of last year was not so sad.

Alexander Blok

N.Starchenkov – rent room in the shower

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March 2015
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ProZimnee ..

Vasendin Yuri Dmitrievich
Evening in Maimaksa
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Courtyard in Solombala
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~ Fred Cuming RA * London, 1930 * … ~

Hello!

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clouds

Verse of the Day and Federico Garcia Lorca:

Sea laughs
at the edge of the lagoon.
Foam teeth
azure lips …

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more clouds

– Girl with a bronze chest,
that you are looking with longing?

– Bidding water, senor, my
water of the sea.

– A young man with dark blood,
that it does not silence the noise?

– This water, senor, my
sea ??water.

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quiet sea

– Mother, why your tears
pouring salt river?

– Crying water, senor, my
water of the sea.

– Heart, tell me heart –
where such bitterness?

– Too bitter, sir, my
sea ??water …

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sunburst

And the sea laughing
at the edge of the lagoon.
Foam teeth
azure lips …

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Frederick George Reese Cuming RA

known as Fred Cuming, modern British landscape painter who works in the traditional manner.
Fred Cuming was born in London, English, Scottish and Irish descent. He received his artistic training in Sidcup School of Art (1945-9), and then at the Royal College of Art. In 1964 he was elected a corresponding member of the Royal Academy (ARA), and Royal Academician (RA) in 1974, also became a member of the New English Art Club. According to the artist, his paintings is a “fleeting impressions from everything that surrounds it.”
Paintings Fred Cuming different special matt and colors like air … This is partly due to the primer, which is used by the artist …
His works are in private collections around the world …
Read more here:

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Boddinick Ferry

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rainbow

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rye harbour entry

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ryeharbourentrymoonrise

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brighton pier

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lightning st marco venice

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dungeness vapour trails and crecent moon

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october dorset colmers hill

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Hastings Pier

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Evening Walk Camber

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Fishermans Beach Hastings

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Rainbow

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Study for Mysterious Landscape

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Tableaus Venetian Fete

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Venice The Lagoon Salute

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Thank U …

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Please take care of me!
I pulled out of the vicious circle,
As you find a lover and friend,
And the prince on a silver horse …

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I break the cycle of “I-sama.”
I assert itself. I’m tired.
Take me to handle the pedestal
Pride, ambition, mind …

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I samootverdela. I firmly.
I do not remain on the wounds of the thorns.
And I want to be soft, and evening
(I am a woman. I am a female. I – water).

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I am weak. I am a woman. I weakly:
Horse and sleepers fan, and into the house,
And if the house mouse – it will squeal,
And I do not pretend to love –
I want a moment of weakness.

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I am a girl. I’m complaining. I cry.
I lay in bed, rolled into Kalachik –
And melt like Maiden, learning.

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I surrender their rights, so hard
Obtained. You are right and you are on the right
All my enemies will find council
And all my friends run into the house.

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You are kind. You’re high. You – shoulder.
You two shoulders, and your quiet smell
(Bury and not think about anything,
Sleep in your big hairy paws …)

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You are strong, but on the stone wall
Not tschus – ate. Enough. I do not want.
Love does not undertake. I implore:
Please take care of me.

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You gave me the fate of … Artist Talantbek Chekirov (Talantbek Chekirov).

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At The Winds Edge paintings

You gave me the fate of

You gave me fortune,
For which has not yet know
But I only want to be with you
In Hell il on the lawns of Paradise.

Suppose again that the days are flying crowd,
As before adjusting whip,
But cute your image
Blooms in the shower as Rosa May.
You, as a gift, given to me
As a life of eternal salvation,
As the heart thin string.

It’s like a new birth
One only soul you need
Among the rains and storms of autumn.

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March 2015
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Bella Akhmadullina.

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Enviable I perennial habit
being a woman and a married woman,
but certainly this is the care of heaven for me,
that nothing came of it.

Keep me squint unforgiving,
in the preservation of all the well-being,
but go around burning your care
two girls messing raspberries.

Still laughing, prowl leaves berries
and suddenly, as I look at the same sadness.
Like everyone else, wanted – and gave to drink breast
wanted – honey and vspoila – poison.

Irreparable and incredibly
in their faces meta our unity.
So the ring of white crow freak
do not let her, he should have been voronyata.

Belet – ridiculous and duck – is not new,
Duck – short and to turn white – boundless.
All the more I sinless before men,
more children before I was guilty.

1974

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Boris Messerer

Draw a woman in lilac.
What benefit – to draw
and do not know how! And the notebook
with half-forgotten halfword
I’ll throw! Hand free to
languish new impatience.
But this woman in lilac
from where? And why is it
stepping over the roots of spruce
in a beautiful park of old age?
And where the park falls into the forest,
forester fascinated by it.
Cheeky! How dare he look
diligent eye supportive?
That, in a purple dress and a gentle,
strict and continues on his way.
What am I up to a woman in purple?
Why me longing takes,
that will be the children’s mouth
void kissed someone?
Why do I need life it is sad?
At home, her alien and harsh,
darling and all in lilac,
whom I have it?
Really pink, lilac in,
so do not want to die –
yet I die?
Where notebook
sadness to strengthen my word?

1968

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On my street that year
sound steps – my friends go.
Friends of my slow withdrawal
that darkness outside the windows pleasing.

Running my business friends,
not in their homes no music, no singing,
and just as before, the girls Dega
golubenky recover the feathers.

Well, well, so do not wake fear
you defenseless among this night.
By treachery mysterious passion
my friends, is clouding your eyes.

About loneliness, as your character is cool!
Posverkivaya compass iron,
how cold you full circle,
not heeding assurances useless.

So call upon me, and an award!
Your darling, caressed thee,
comfort him, leaning against your chest,
and wash your chill pigeons.

Let stand on tiptoe in your forest,
at the end of the slow gesture
find leaves and bring to a person
orphanhood and feel like bliss.

Give me the quiet of your library,
your concerts strict motives
and – wise – I will forget those
who died or alive until now.

And I know wisdom and sadness,
its secret meaning to trust me things.
Nature, leaning on my shoulders,
announce his childhood secrets.

And then – out of tears, in the darkness,
of the poor ignorance of yore
friends of my beautiful features
and the solution will appear again.

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Portraits of V.Z.Massa, B. Messerer

Melody from the Opera “Orpheus and Eurydice”

Bright and fresh watercolor artist Gabriel Deschamps

Gabriel Deschamps – French artist.

He was born July 20, 1919 in Haute-Savoie, in the Bonneville.

He studied at the School of Fine Arts at the Higher National School of Fine
Arts in Paris in 1939 – 1940 years, and then from 1942 to 1946
Narbonne.

Gabriel Deschamps was a regular participant and member of the Paris Salon.
Wrote mainly the nature of southern France, where he lived, and the coast
Mediterranean Sea.

His paintings perfectly capture the fresh, light and high quality in the region.

He participated in many exhibitions in Paris, Algiers, Oran and Casablanca.

Gabriel Deschamps is well known in Europe and the Americas.

His works are represented in the most important private collections in Switzerland, Belgium, Brazil, the United States and Argentina.

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February 2015
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Vladimir Kush

Vladimir Kush (born 1965) is a Russian born surrealist painter and sculptor. He studied at the Surikov Moscow Art Institute, and after several years working as an artist in Moscow, his native city, he emigrated to the United States, eventually establishing his own gallery on the island of Maui in Hawaii. His oil paintings are also sold as giclée prints which contributed to his popularity and led to the establishment of further galleries in Laguna Beach, California and Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2011 Kush won the First Prize in Painting at the Artistes du Monde international exhibition in Cannes.

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Kush was born in 1965 in Moscow, Russia. After study at the Surikov Moscow Art Institute, he was conscripted into the Soviet Army for two years where he was assigned to paint murals. In 1987 he began exhibiting with the USSR Union of Artists but earned a living drawing portraits on the streets of Moscow and caricatures for a newspaper. In 1990, following his first foreign exhibition in Germany with two other Russian artists, he emigrated to the United States, initially living in Los Angeles before moving to Hawaii where he also worked as a mural painter for the Whaler’s Village Museum on Maui. While based in Hawaii, his works received several exhibitions in Hong Kong galleries. Gallery shows followed in Seattle, Pittsburgh, and other American cities, and he eventually opened his own gallery, Kush Fine Art in Lahaina, Hawaii.

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He later opened Kush Fine Art galleries in Las Vegas and Laguna Beach, California. Many of his original oil paintings are also sold as giclée prints which initially contributed to his popularity. In 2007 Kush sued the pop singer Pink and her record company for copyright infringement when imagery from his painting (and later giclée print), Contes Erotiques, was used without his authorisation for her 2006 video U + Ur Hand. The case was settled the following year when the singer agreed to pay him undisclosed damages. Prints and an original oil painting by Kush are held in the NaPua Gallery collection at the Grand Wailea Resort on Maui in addition to works held in private collections.In July 2011 his works were shown at the Artistes du Monde international exhibition in Cannes where he won the American First Prize in Painting. He also has a resident show in Las Vegas, Nevada at Caesar’s Palace

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Kush predominantly works in the medium of oil painting on canvas or board, with many of the original paintings also sold as limited edition giclée-on-canvas prints. His bronze-colored sculptures are small-scale and usually based on imagery from his paintings, such as Walnut of Eden and Pros and Cons.Although his style is frequently described as surrealist, Kush himself refers to it as “metaphorical realism” and cites the early influence on his style of Salvador Dalí’s surrealist paintings as well as landscapes by the German romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich. Another influence on his work has been the 16th century Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch, known for his fantastic imagery and sometimes characterised as “the pre-Surrealism Surrealist”. Wings, ships, and color-saturated seacapes are frequent themes in his paintings, exemplified in the companion pieces, Arrival of the Flower Ship and Departure of the Winged Ship. Flowing water is another recurrent theme, exemplified by Breach and Current. Other works such as Three Graces and African Sonata merge human and animal forms with inanimate objects

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