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La femme en rouge11

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YOU CAN WATCH THIS PRESENTATION IN MUSIC HERE (You have a link on the first slide): http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1734078-la-femme-en-rouge11/
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The assigning of symbolic meanings to colors is probably as old as symbolism itself

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    Thank you John for your continuous support, THANKS
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  • Thank you Anais for adding this to your favourites, thanks
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  • Thank you Michaela,I really enjoyed this series of mostly beautiful ladies

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  • @1456789 Oh Pilar, es difícil para mí explicar el simbolismo .... no sé, no entiendo bien. Ex: Rafal Olbinski (artista polaco!!) ha negociando el aspecto de una sirena en un cartel encargado por Cityhall de Varsovia para Miss Mundo 2006 (slide35). Nel trabajo original era una sirena balanceándose en un trapecio, vestido con un top rojo que sólo cubría un pecho. Después surgió la preocupación sobre el tono del cartel, Olbinski obligado por la adición de un pañuelo blanco. La figura de sirena claramente ha hecho mella en el trabajo de Olbinski (Blasón de Varsovia cuenta con una sirena desnuda de la cintura para arriba). Otra imagen, con Nueva York como fondo (slide35) se llama 'Contribution to Memorable Context'...??!!

    Please see also
    Study: Breast Baring Popular in 1600s; Discovery News; Jennifer Viegas.

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1139853/posts
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  • Fantástica la presentación, me ha encantado. En cuanto a las pinturas, unas si y otras no. El expresionismo no me gusta. El resto he de reconocer que has sabido escoger. Luego hay una cosa que no termino de entender ¿ por que pintar una mujer enseñando el pecho ? no creo que signifique nada, a lo mejor es más atractiva la pintura. Gracias cariño, Pilar
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  • 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1734078-la-femme-en-rouge11/
  • 2. Jack VettrianoJack Vettriano (Scottish painter born 1951),Singing Butler
  • 3. Jack Vettriano Jack Vettriano (Scottish painter born 1951), JackJust another day The parlour of temptation
  • 4. Jack VettrianoThe Road to Nowhere Jack Vettriano Working the lounge
  • 5. Jacqueline Benoit (born 1928) Le salon rouge
  • 6. Ignat Ignatov(1978, BulgarianImpressionist painter) Red robe Girl from Sevlievo
  • 7. Georgy Kurasov Nicoletta Ceccoliborn in 1958 in the USSR Fishroom
  • 8. Nicoletta Ceccoli was born in 1973 and lives inher native San Marino, ItalyFishroom
  • 9. Nicoletta Ceccoli, (born 1973)
  • 10. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) The Acrobat. 1930Kelly Rae RobertsSisters at Heart
  • 11. Girl in Red with a Parasol, 1909 Young Woman with Red Fan, c.1910German expressionist painterHermann Max Pechstein (1881 - 1955)
  • 12. German expressionist painterHermann Max Pechstein (1881 - 1955)Charlotte Pechstein with mirror, 1917 The lion tamer, 1920
  • 13. Max Ernst (1891 –1976) The Virgin Spanking the Christ Child before Three Witnesses Andre Breton, Paul Eluard and the Painter 1926Max Ernst (1891 –1976)was a German painter,sculptor, graphic artist,and poetRobing of the Bride
  • 14. Otto Dix (1891-1969), the great German Expressionist,was famous for his unique and grotesque style Anita Berber (1925)
  • 15. Otto Dix Prostitute Otto Dix
  • 16. Otto Dix (1891-1969), Portrait of theJournalist Sylvia von Harden, 1926 Frau Martha Dix
  • 17. Jeanne Lorioz (1954) Sans titreJeanne Lorioz (1954) Rouge
  • 18. Jacqui Faye - Texas Red ShoeAlfredas Jurevicius (1959) Lithuania
  • 19. Francine van Hove (born in Paris 1942) Bouddha du Luxembourg Lombre des chaisesComme un coquelicot
  • 20. Colloque Le papillon blancFrancine van Hove (born in Paris 1942)A la fenêtre
  • 21. Francine van Hove Francine van HoveAffiche de lexposition 1981 Champagne
  • 22. La tricheuse à las de carreauFrancine van HoveLa main dans le soleil
  • 23. Francine van Hove (born in Paris 1942)Ô temps, suspends ton vol
  • 24. Francine van HoveLe Figuier
  • 25. Francine van Hove (born in Paris 1942)
  • 26. Wojtek Siudmak (1942)Polish french fantastic realism painter
  • 27. Morning blossomVladimir Kush (born 1965) is aRussian born surrealist painter andsculptor Red Purse
  • 28. Vladimir KushFlamenco dancer Vladimir Kush (born 1965) Contes Erotique
  • 29. Vladimir KushRose awaiting Vladimir Kush Hibiscus dancer
  • 30. Vladimir Kush Daisy games Pillow book
  • 31. Defence against banalityRafal Olbinski (born 1945) is a Polish illustrator, painter, and educator, livingin the United States. He emigrated to the United States in 1982 and hasbeen a professor at the School of Visual Arts in New York City since 1985.Best known for his surrealistic opera and theatre posters, he has alsoproduced paintings, lithographs, and opera stage set designs. Olbinskis aresalted with poetic humor ("I always wanted to be a poet" - Olbinski).
  • 32. Rafal Olbinski (born 1945)
  • 33. Madame Butterfly by Rafal Olbinski
  • 34. Rafal Olbinski (born 1945)
  • 35. Rafal Olbinski
  • 36. Rafal Olbinski (born 1945)
  • 37. Rafal Olbinski Turn of the CenturyRafal Olbinski Pagliacci
  • 38. Rafal Olbinski
  • 39. Rafal Olbinski Tosca
  • 40. Rafal Olbinski
  • 41. Rafal Olbinski The Tales of Hoffman
  • 42. La reina de corazones (Alicia) Jose Luis Muñoz Luque born in Cordoba (Spain) in 1969
  • 43. Jose Luis Muñoz Luque born in Cordoba(Spain) in 1969 Ruber Regina
  • 44. Jose Luis Muñoz Luque born in Cordoba (Spain) in 1969La reina roja
  • 45. Jose Luis Muñoz Luque born in Cordoba(Spain) in 1969
  • 46. Daniel Gerhartz was born in Wisconsin in 1965American figurative painter
  • 47. Daniel Gerhartz
  • 48. Daniel Gerhartz
  • 49. Daniel Gerhartz
  • 50. Andrzej Malinowski was born in 1947 in Warsaw,PolandA graduate in Arts from the Fine Arts.He is a painter, art director, conceiver and illustrator.His paintings, illustrations and posters have beenawarded 9 prizes Miroir
  • 51. Andrzej Malinowski Jeune fille aux pantinsAndrzej MalinowskiDolores (116x81cm)
  • 52. Andrzej Malinowski Belle de songesAndrzej Malinowski Femme assise
  • 53. Andrzej Malinowski VirginieAndrzej Malinowski Fil bleu
  • 54. Andrzej Malinowski Nu en rouge et or 120x60cmAndrzej Malinowski Nu de profil 100x73cm
  • 55. Andrzej Malinowski Abondance
  • 56. Andrzej Malinowski Belle de fleurs
  • 57. Azamat Kaisynovich Kouliev (born 1963)
  • 58. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Mylene Farmer - Consentement