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  • House Museums

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    Aug 25

    It was the autumn of 1946 an extraordinary post-war, golden, sun, resembling, levitanovskuyu autumn, with its light and quiet sadness of farewell glance. Idly falling leaves from trees, covering the beautiful multi-colored carpet almost deserted sidewalks. Slowly, wandering through the park Kislovodsk artist Vladimir V. Seklyutsky, demobilized from the army sergeant, a sketchbook and a host that would write his first post-war study. In a park in post office, his attention was attracted by tombstone without the fence. Emil michael describes an additional similar source. On the black granite inscribed: a palette and brushes, palm leaf, “Nicholas Aleksandorovich Yaroshenko (1847-1898).” Monument to the remarkable Russian artist, the author’s favorite folk art! Bronze sculpture bust, the work of L. Posen, drained well-known St.

    Petersburg studio of A. Moran, who completed a sculpture N. Lermontov for the monument in Pyatigorsk. And the thought of Vladimir V. far in 1918, a young man he sailed as a stoker on the tug. In a little shabby cabin at the head hung a reproduction Yaroshenko, “fireman.” Even then he was filled with love for this artist, truthfully display the entire weight of the infernal work. How painful it was to see the holy tomb for us in the running. Vladimir V.

    aside sketchbook, took off his coat, and put in order the grave. Then decided to find a house where he lived artist. The house was infested Yaroshenko residents. Nothing in the estate was reminiscent of a great artist. The path on which Vladimir V. Seklyutsky went to the house Yaroshenko, became his dear and close, turned the whole his life. He was going to make sketches, and met with destiny, and in that memorable meeting at the monument, though the story itself looked into his eyes. Yaroshenko house became his business life. Began years of hard work, hassle, petitions, applications, searches, finds.

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  • Latin America

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    Mar 29

    The critic to the positivismo on the part of the atenestas young people initiated a new period in the history of the philosophical ideas in Mexico. Two of the most important philosophers of the Athenian, Antonio Caso and Jose Vasconcelos influenced in the national philosophical life laying the way for the approach to the philosophy, in the same way that became in Europe. Its merit is to have formed new generations that were scattered by different philosophical territories. Of the thought currents with which the atenestas were affiliated, a very distinguishable one, was the one of the philosophical spiritualism. Caso and Vasconcelos are personalities completely different in their way to live the philosophy, but united in a tendency to look for the way to philosophise by the way of the spiritualism that was reinitiated in Europe. In opposition to intellectualism characteristic of the positivismo that indicated to the reason like an important faculty of the knowledge in union to the experience, the atenestas were antiintelectualistas and loaded the balance towards the intuition and the emotion, that in his opinion completes the work of brings back to consciousness. More of the thought currents with which they were affiliated it was the indeterminismo of the nature, that they extracted of the French philosophy.

    These currents of the philosophy and others more, influenced to give a direction him different, richer and intense from the history of the philosophy in Mexico and Latin America. Return a the Metaphysical preoccupations, the extension of the human experience, the affirmation without hesitations of the freedom like foundation of the spirit; to sum up, the glorification of the man, is what gives to the conferences and to writings of the atenestas that tone of Christian optimism and generosity, freedom, affection by the town, distinguishes that them of texts of the positivistas authors. In 1912 the grouping changed the name to become the Athenian of Mexico. Nevertheless, the murder of Log in 1913 gave a dramatic turn him to the events. The Athenian vanished and each of its members took different courses: Some went of the country like exiled or to realise studies; others committed more in the policy of the moment and others were dedicated to the chair, the test and the artistic creation.

  • Jan 28

    This portrait shows one of the muses and lovers of the painter from Malaga, Marie-Therese Walter, represented as a sculptural bust. Picasso made a series of sculptures in plaster in which recreated to Walter, and shortly thereafter was devoted to transfer these creations to his paintings. Malaga had known Walter in 1927, when she was 17 years old, and they began a clandestine romance. The box of Pablo Picasso Nature morte aux tulipes, which represents one of the mistresses of the painter, was sold Thursday at a price of Hammer of 37 million dollars (29 million euros) at an auction held in New York by Sotheby s House fall season. This portrait shows one of the muses and lovers of the Malaga painter (1881-1973), Marie-Therese Walter, who became an important flow of inspiration for his genius and that, in this case, is depicted as a bust sculptural. This young woman, with her Greek profile, was the model for the most outstanding achievements of Picasso on several supports, and Nature morte aux tulipes is one example of this, since the artist first made a sculpture of Marie-Therese, who then he painted as a still life with a high sexual charge, explained the director of the Department of Sotheby s, Simon Shaw of impressionism.

    Throughout 1931, Picasso began performing a series of sculptures in plaster in which recreated to Walter, and shortly thereafter was devoted to transfer these creations to his paintings, among them Nature morte aux tulipes, which formed part of a major retrospective of the artist organized in Paris and Zurich in 1932. Malaga had known Walter in 1927, when she was 17 years old, and they began a clandestine affair, since at that time Picasso was still married to Olga Khokhlova, and devoted himself to paint on a study that was purchased in 1930, in Boisgeloup, where hiding all evidence of their relationship. This painting He had come to auction in 2000, when it was sold for $ 28.6 million, and tonight, with a price of Hammer of 37 million dollars and 41.5 million coupled with the commissions and fees from the auction house, stayed away from expectations, since it was valued at up to $ 50 million. See more: A portrait of Picasso is auctioned in New York by 37 million dollars, less than expected.