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5.Rafael and Fornarina
The painting was created in 1814. It's a imaginative painting drawn by Ingres, the master of Neoclassicism. In the work, a woman with black eyes was seated on Rafael's leg, as if Rafael's paintings were transformed into a Popular pop images.
Rafael never married, but there is an incomparable goddess living in his heart that is, his lover, Fornarina. In the life of Raphael, Fornarina has always been a mystery. She worships him, cares for him, loves him. She often stands far behind Raphael and quietly sees him paint. She is the inspiration and source of Raphael's artistic creation. The rumors that Fornarina is Rafael's lover is spread in the Renaissance and became more and more popular in the 19th century and became a hot topic of public discussion.
6.Romeo and Juliet
The painting is drawn by Frank Dixie, a British painter. Dixie was elected president of the Royal Academy of art in 1924, and was awarded a royal jazz in 1925. Most of his paintings are subject to dramatic history and legendary stories and famous for perfectly displaying the elegant and stylish woman. According to the survey, the work became the "most romantic art " in the eyes of 71% of the British people.
7.The painter's honeymoon
The author of this painting is Lord Layton who is the most famous painters of idealist School of England in the nineteenth century. This painting is a novel composition, exquisite in color and perfect in depiction. In his painting,the painter and his new wife snuggled up to each other, and the young wife looked at the painter for painting. On the picture processing, he followed the classical painting rule,
The author of this painting is Lord Layton who is the most famous painters of idealist School of England in the nineteenth century. This painting is a novel composition, exquisite in color and perfect in depiction. In his painting,the painter and his new wife snuggled up to each other, and the young wife looked at the painter for painting. On the picture processing, he followed the classical painting rule. Meticulously dealt with the contrast between light and shadow, and black and white relations. The style was rigorous and elegant, and the whole painting shows a beautiful feeling, full of noble flavor. And this is the feature of Leiden painting.
"Birthday" is the representative works of Russian painter Chagall 's oil painting. The author belongs to one of the representatives of the "Paris painting school" in the early twentieth Century. He is good at expressing the feelings of his inner world in a surreal way, which has played an important inspiring role in the development of modern art.
9.Cupid and Psyche
The author of this painting is Francois Gerard, one of the outstanding representatives of French neoclassic painting and one of Jacques Louis Dawit's proud disciples.
The story of this painting derives from Greek mythology. Psyche has a peerless beauty, which makes Venus greatly envy. Venus commanded the son Cupid use arrows to make Psyche fall in love with the world's most ugly monster. But Cupid loved Psyche at first sight and unable to strike. Soon, the priest told the parents of Psyche that the girl was destined to become the bride of gods and spirits , so the king and queen reluctantly left Psyche on top of the hill. When she was crying, a gust of wind came and took her to a magnificent palace. There was a pair of invisible hands to serve her. Psyche never saw the owner's appearance. He only visited her at night and left before dawn. After a while, she asked her husband to allow her sisters to visit her. Cupid promised. When her sisters saw Psyche lived such a good life, their heart was full of envy. They encouraged Psyche to see clearly her husband's appearance. They told Psyche if she see a monster, cut his head down. Psyche lighted the lamp when her husband was asleep and she found that her husband was a handsome man. But a drop of wax oil waked up Cupid. "Love can't be suspected in the slightest." Cupid sadly said and spread the wings and flied away. Psyche felt sad and regretful , Looking for her husband everywhere. She finally through the test of Venus under the help of Cupid , and was forgiven to become the wife of Cupid.
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