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ABOUT THE STUDY

12 Mar

Because I adore this kind of art – you are not obliged, I know – I’ve decided to make a research about Surrealism.

AFTER MY OBSERVATIONS ABOUT THEMATIC OR COLOURS I WILL DESCRIBE 28 subtypes that I’ve seen there WHICH THEY ARE:
1. HISTORIC – FELIX NUSSBAUM
2. PSYCHOLOGICAL – Tanguy
3. PRIMITIVE – Cardoso
4. MURAL – OKAMOTO
5. 3D – ROCKMAN
6. MOVING – JULES PERAHIM
7. MECHANIC – ROBERTO MATTA
8. GOTHIC – JAMES GLEESON
9. FANTASTIC – LEONORA CARRINGTON
10. ORGANIC – ENRICO DONATI
11. ONEIRIC – VICTOR BRAUNER
12. OBJECTS – SVEN DALSGAARD
13. MYSTIC – REMEDIOS VARO
14. FRAGMENTARY – RENE MAGRITTE
15. PERSONAL / INTIMATE – MARC CHAGALL
16. FIGURATIVE – AGAR EILEEN
17. MATERIAL – KEY SAGE
18. CUBO -SURREALISM – DOMINGUEZ OSCAR
19. MONOMORPHIC – RODOLFO OPAZO BERNALES
20. psychoanalytic – SALVADOR DALI
21. PORTRAITS – PICABIA FRANCIS
22. SELF- PORTRAIT – FRIDA KAHLO
23. PHILOSOPHICAL – ALBERTO SAVINIO
24. DEGENERATIVE – MAX ERNST
25. ENVIRONMENT – PAUL NASH
26. AUTOMATIC – ANDRE MASSON
27. EROTIC – PAUL DELVAUX
28. NEO-ROMANTIC – PAVEL TCHELITCHEW

There were some subtypes:
1. metaphysical – DE CHIRICO
2. metaphorical- KUSH
3. romantic- CLAUDIO SOUZA PINTO
4. Pop Art – FUCO UEDA
5. MAGICAL- JOAN MIRO, Claude Verlinde

 

Magical Surrealism from France

26 Feb

Today will be something special from Europe: THE MAGICAL SURREALISM from France.
The one and only: Claude Verlinde.

There are his paintings, so I will go just to talk about his world. :)

The Fantastic Realism or the MAGIC Realism is the link from the XIV-th Century ( Hieronymus Bosch) or the XVIII- th Century ( Goya) with the XIX-XX-th Centuries.

His passion and sensitivity are in his works.
The young women with perfect skin like virgins, small tits and usually looking one side , not directly in the eyes, as they would look over your shoulder and talk with someone else…

Claude Verlinde 1927 - French Surrealist painter - Tutt'Art@ (23)

Claude Verlinde 1927 - French Surrealist painter - Tutt'Art@ (24)

Claude Verlinde 1927 - French Surrealist painter - Tutt'Art@ (25)

” The sleep of reason produces monsters ” said Goya upon a time and he was right.
Here, men are deheaded and replaced by the animals ends or they are decomposed or changed to death.
Can love be a reason that makes impossible the connection between the real world – represented by the woman – and that from another world – be it the relationship between man and woman – ?

Claude Verlinde 1927 - French Surrealist painter - Tutt'Art@ (13)

Claude Verlinde 1927 - French Surrealist painter - Tutt'Art@ (29)

It’s a world full of magic and unreal heroes, came from other areas and that, once found on the same plane , show their different personalities: good or evil, kindness and cruelty, care or fear.
Sometimes he turn people into objects because ‘For me, monotony and death seem one and the same (thing) ” said Charlotte Brontë or rather said by Edith Wharton : ” Beware of monotony , is the start of all mortal sins.”
Look at the couple metamorphosed in chairs or sofas = they have no emotional connection : it peep from him , which seems drained of life or simply absent from the scene.
The girl who’s looking in ‘the mirror’ surrounded by debris male organs and sees a girl with leaves instead of hands, with a leave on her pubic area, is like a scene from a dream of female subconscious.
Verlinde ‘s World is ONE of exciting unreal situations – apparently – but transposing real emotional in cruelty facts : she wants present and future, while the man always brings pieces of the past, he wear fragments of selfishness by showing their absence.
Is A story of monotony and its reveals and the theme of death played by men.

Claude Verlinde 1927 - French Surrealist painter - Tutt'Art@ (39) (1)

Claude Verlinde 1927 - French Surrealist painter - Tutt'Art@ (36)

Claude Verlinde 1927 - French Surrealist painter - Tutt'Art@ (27)