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This is an ambivalent painting of cubist artist Pablo Picasso by the surrealist master Salvador Dali produced in the year of 1947. Portrait of Picasso Analysis The surrealist portrait painting of Pablo Picasso by Salvador Dali is infused with symbolic messages and meanings as Dali’s most famous works are. Basically, instead of a direct face, it is a portrait of Picasso’s bust sculpture. The base of the bust is made out of the regular white stone out of which most bust-sculptures are made of. But, the upper part is covered with skin. There is a white flower in the distorted chest of the bust, while a red one, is laying at the feet of the bust. The head is much more distorted than the chest […]

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If you remember newspaper and billboard advertisements of good-looking accessories such as handcrafted collectibles, you will know how affluent senses can be tickled in a still life painting or a close up. It is not easy for painters, as tickling of the senses requires perfection and style, which are relatively easier to achieve by camera in a studio. However, for Frans Ykens, the lights had to be replaced with brush strokes and intelligent color play, while he himself played the camera. The combination of items you see in the painting signify an auspicious occasion. However, it could also part of the daily arrangements for a very wealthy woman. The owner of these items is surely a female because men who love bingeing, would rarely chance […]

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