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Gentileza de Christine Rosenberg.
Puede ser una imagen de una persona, caballo y al aire libre
Que te encuentre lo que tenga que encontrarte.
Que se quede lo que tenga que quedarse.
Que se vaya lo que tenga que largarse.
La vida es fácil cuando aceptas,
fluyes y dejas llevarte.
– Arnau de Tera –
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Alice Pike Barney (American, 1857 – 1931)
Dreamland (Gentileza de cristina Rosemberg)
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Artist : Henry Ryland (1856-1924)
— Gentileza Christine Rosenberg.
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»Saint Eulalia» -Oil on canvas- (1885) by John William Waterhouse. Tate Britain.

History

A very daring composition, this is one of Waterhouse’s most unusual, and consequently most striking, oil paintings. The corpse is dramatically foreshortened, and the snow contrasts with Eulalia’s naked flesh – the 12-year-old girl seems singularly out of place for a Waterhouse picture.[1] His choice of configuration – situating the corpse across the front and leaving so much of the central canvas unoccupied – was risky but it worked: by placing all the background figures in the distance, he concentrated the viewer’s gaze on the naked body.[2] The nudity was also groundbreaking for Waterhouse – and something that could have laid him open to criticism – but his sensitive handling of the subject, the youth of the saint, and the historical context of the painting allowed him to escape the critics’ pen.[3] The eye is also led to the murdered girl by the angle of the Roman guard’s spear, pointing to the ropes that had bound her to the stake.
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