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Degas “Reclining Nude” Edgar Degas, “Studies of Nude” Just imagine that “Reclining Nude” is covered by something like artificial fog – an opaque/cloudy as if veil – blurring the features of the female figure and our visual field. May be, Reclining Nude is “protecting against” the viewers through a semi-transparent optical obstacle, a form of […]

Denotation And Connotation In The Representation OF Protagonist In Painting Edgar Degas, “Portrait of Diego Martelli”, 1879 One of the remarkable features of the “first glance” impression is that it can be taken as personification of common sense, i.e. opposite of carelessness in a perception. The first glance, as if, “believes” that it registers a […]

What Is behind Impressionist Revolution In Painting Paul Cezanne, Landscape/peysage Here we barely see the trees and the shrubs which Cezanne intentionally transforms into an almost undifferentiated mass, as though the viewers are extremely nearsighted. The verdure looks charmed, as if, it is a kind of an amorphous giant organism. And the house is, as […]

  

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