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  • Pablo Picasso, "Nude, Green Leaves and Bust", 1932, Oil on canvas, 163 x 130 cm, Private collection.

Pablo Picasso dominated 20th-century European art and was central in the development of the image of the modern artist. Painting was his principal medium, but his sculptures, prints, theatre designs and ceramics all had an impact on their respective disciplines. In this painting one of his many muses, Marie-Thérèse Walter, is depicted. Picasso first encountered Marie-Thérèse in January 1927. The two became involved but their relationship had to remain secret from his wife, Olga. It was only in 1931 that he began to make sculptures and paintings in which the manipulation of Walter’s body was explicit, complex and highly eroticised. Although Picasso had long disguised his affair with Marie-Thérèse, Nude, Green Leaves and Bust, is among the group of works which openly chart the obsessiveness between the lovers. Picasso often completed the large nudes in a single, sometimes consecutive, days and mark a high-point of his creative energy. The setting, probably in the studio of the Château de Boisgeloup outside Paris, includes besides Marie-Thérèse’s body, the luxuriant forms of a philodendron plant, a buste, a blue curtain and a still life with fruits. Picasso makes use of Matisse’s color and style for creating voluptuous curves as a way of displaying sexual pleasure. Sold at auction for a record $106,482,500 in 2010. Picture taken at Tate Modern, London. 
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  • Pablo Picasso, "Nude, Green Leaves and Bust", 1932, Oil on canvas, 163 x 130 cm, Private collection.

    Pablo Picasso dominated 20th-century European art and was central in the development of the image of the modern artist. Painting was his principal medium, but his sculptures, prints, theatre designs and ceramics all had an impact on their respective disciplines. In this painting one of his many muses, Marie-Thérèse Walter, is depicted. Picasso first encountered Marie-Thérèse in January 1927. The two became involved but their relationship had to remain secret from his wife, Olga. It was only in 1931 that he began to make sculptures and paintings in which the manipulation of Walter’s body was explicit, complex and highly eroticised. Although Picasso had long disguised his affair with Marie-Thérèse, Nude, Green Leaves and Bust, is among the group of works which openly chart the obsessiveness between the lovers. Picasso often completed the large nudes in a single, sometimes consecutive, days and mark a high-point of his creative energy. The setting, probably in the studio of the Château de Boisgeloup outside Paris, includes besides Marie-Thérèse’s body, the luxuriant forms of a philodendron plant, a buste, a blue curtain and a still life with fruits. Picasso makes use of Matisse’s color and style for creating voluptuous curves as a way of displaying sexual pleasure. Sold at auction for a record $106,482,500 in 2010. Picture taken at Tate Modern, London.
    Check out my other accounts:
    @art_questions_and_debates &
    @my_favorite_work_of_art

    #pablopicasso #picasso #tatemodern #tate #mariethérèsewalter #marietheresewalter #historyofart #arthistory #museepicasso #muséepicasso #nudegreenleavesandbust
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Alberto Giacometti’s distinctive sculpture Man Pointing, 1947.

ジャコメッティが作風を確立したターニングポイントとなったのは、まさにこの「指差す人」を制作した1947年頃

入荷しました

古い物ではないのですが
大好きなアーティストの大好きな美術館のオフィシャルTシャツに出会いました。色褪せなくコンディション抜群に良いです
中のケアラベルまでイカしてる:)
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size: M
後ほどweb storeにupします🔗
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#vintagefashion #usedclothing #tate #tatemodern #London #berlin #tokyo
  • new arrival: Tate exclusive black t-shirt
    Alberto Giacometti’s distinctive sculpture Man Pointing, 1947.

    ジャコメッティが作風を確立したターニングポイントとなったのは、まさにこの「指差す人」を制作した1947年頃

    入荷しました

    古い物ではないのですが
    大好きなアーティストの大好きな美術館のオフィシャルTシャツに出会いました。色褪せなくコンディション抜群に良いです
    中のケアラベルまでイカしてる:)
    .

    size: M
    後ほどweb storeにupします🔗
    .

    #vintagefashion #usedclothing #tate #tatemodern #London #berlin #tokyo
  • 25 3 59 minutes ago
  • new arrival: Tate exclusive black t-shirt
Alberto Giacometti’s distinctive sculpture Man Pointing, 1947.

Man Pointing 1947 was made very rapidly for Giacometti’s first exhibition in New York.

入荷しました!

古い物ではないのですが
大好きなアーティストの大好きな美術館の
オフィシャルTシャツに出会いました

私が着たい~

#vintagefashion #usedclothing #tate #tatemodern
#museum
  • new arrival: Tate exclusive black t-shirt
    Alberto Giacometti’s distinctive sculpture Man Pointing, 1947.

    Man Pointing 1947 was made very rapidly for Giacometti’s first exhibition in New York.

    入荷しました!

    古い物ではないのですが
    大好きなアーティストの大好きな美術館の
    オフィシャルTシャツに出会いました

    私が着たい~

    #vintagefashion #usedclothing #tate #tatemodern
    #museum
  • 21 1 1 hour ago
  • Portrait of a lady with Kokoschnik (c.1890)
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🎨 Painted by Konstantin Makovsky.
Born: 20 June 1839, Moscow, Russia.
Died: 17 September 1915, Saint Petersburg, Russia. (aged 76)
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🖼 Oil on canvas 36,4 x 29,6 cm.
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🏛 Location: Private Collection.
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📝 Konstantin Makovsky was an important Realist painter, renowned for “his nostalgic historical paintings,” which find their roots in and respect “the old-world customs of Russia.” He was part of the Wanderers cooperative of artists who opposed the academic restrictions set out by the conventional art world.

Born in Moscow in summer of 1839, Makovsky was the son of Russian amateur painter Yegor Ivanovich Makovsky and his composer wife. He showed an aptitude for both painting and music at an early age and his parents encouraged a vocation in the arts. Therefore, he enrolled at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture at the age of 12. His scholastic ability was singular, and he rose steadily to become one of the top pupils at the academy, garnering every accolade and award that was offered.

Makovsky trained under MM.I Skotty, himself a student of Karl Bryullov, the painter who effected the transition from neoclassicism to romanticism earlier in the early 19th century. Makovsky’s inclination towards embellishment and detail can be seen as the direct influence of his instruction.

After graduating from secondary school, Makovsky traveled to France in search of classical composers to refer to. He journeyed through Europe, listening to the various forms of traditional folk and classical music. According to his journals, he often felt a compulsion to improve upon what he heard and struggled to choose between his parents’ professional dreams for him. Ultimately, he chose art.

By the end of the century, he was one of the most highly regarded and well-paid artists in Russia. Although some critics consider his compositions shallow, others have hailed him as a precursor to Russian Impressionism.

Konstantin Makovsky died in September of 1915 when his carriage was hit by an electric tram in St. Petersburg.
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(Fig 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7: Details)
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  • Portrait of a lady with Kokoschnik (c.1890)
    .
    🎨 Painted by Konstantin Makovsky.
    Born: 20 June 1839, Moscow, Russia.
    Died: 17 September 1915, Saint Petersburg, Russia. (aged 76)
    .
    🖼 Oil on canvas 36,4 x 29,6 cm.
    .
    🏛 Location: Private Collection.
    .
    📝 Konstantin Makovsky was an important Realist painter, renowned for “his nostalgic historical paintings,” which find their roots in and respect “the old-world customs of Russia.” He was part of the Wanderers cooperative of artists who opposed the academic restrictions set out by the conventional art world.

    Born in Moscow in summer of 1839, Makovsky was the son of Russian amateur painter Yegor Ivanovich Makovsky and his composer wife. He showed an aptitude for both painting and music at an early age and his parents encouraged a vocation in the arts. Therefore, he enrolled at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture at the age of 12. His scholastic ability was singular, and he rose steadily to become one of the top pupils at the academy, garnering every accolade and award that was offered.

    Makovsky trained under MM.I Skotty, himself a student of Karl Bryullov, the painter who effected the transition from neoclassicism to romanticism earlier in the early 19th century. Makovsky’s inclination towards embellishment and detail can be seen as the direct influence of his instruction.

    After graduating from secondary school, Makovsky traveled to France in search of classical composers to refer to. He journeyed through Europe, listening to the various forms of traditional folk and classical music. According to his journals, he often felt a compulsion to improve upon what he heard and struggled to choose between his parents’ professional dreams for him. Ultimately, he chose art.

    By the end of the century, he was one of the most highly regarded and well-paid artists in Russia. Although some critics consider his compositions shallow, others have hailed him as a precursor to Russian Impressionism.

    Konstantin Makovsky died in September of 1915 when his carriage was hit by an electric tram in St. Petersburg.
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    (Fig 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7: Details)
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  • 339 10 3 hours ago
  • Peter Sedgley, Colour Cycle III, 1970. Acrylic paint on canvas, with 3 dichronic lamps and programmed control gear. Thank you Tate Modern.
  • Peter Sedgley, Colour Cycle III, 1970. Acrylic paint on canvas, with 3 dichronic lamps and programmed control gear. Thank you Tate Modern.
  • 13 2 3 hours ago
  • 과거를 부수지 않고도, 미래를 만들어가는 런던.
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런던의 개발 지체 구역에 있던 화력발전소를 리모델링하여 대표적인 현대미술관으로 멋지게 재탄생한 테이트모던은 Redefine(재정의), Rediscover(재발견), Redesign(재구성)의 가장 좋은 예이다.
  • 과거를 부수지 않고도, 미래를 만들어가는 런던.



    런던의 개발 지체 구역에 있던 화력발전소를 리모델링하여 대표적인 현대미술관으로 멋지게 재탄생한 테이트모던은 Redefine(재정의), Rediscover(재발견), Redesign(재구성)의 가장 좋은 예이다.
  • 160 3 6 hours ago