Girodet sofian lundi parole Last Tuesday I went with my father and sister to the Girodet exhibit at the Art Institute of Chicago. white orchidée bandit manchot Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson (1767�1824) was a French painter, and the exhibit is overwhelming. I must say that he is my favorite artist…the vibrancy of color and attention to detail is amazing, and the way he used light is simply astonishing. zeugen schweigen film

kleiner landhandel sperenberg The Burial of Atala is definitely my favorite painting in the exhibit, but I was impressed by the attention to detail in Hippocrates Refusing the Gifts of Artaxerxes. toutes toutes les femmes sont belles If you see Pygmalion and Galatea, note how Girodet manages to transition from marble to human flesh in Galatea’s body as he shows her transformation from statue to a live being. details cocasses dans photos gigapixels The exhibit is at the Art Institute until April 30th, so I suggest you check it out ASAP. And give yourself a few hours…you’ll need it.

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