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(1) This work is by John Kenn Mortensen. (2) The intent of this work is to give a tangible representation of depression. (3) The dark figure is behind the man, yet he dominates the whole of the piece. The lack of color helps convey to the viewer a sense of sadness, and depiction of depression as a monster, its teeth wide, explains the pain on the man's face. (4) The theme of the work is depression.

this could be a nightmare/depression… or it could be sammy the friendly monster who is there for his dear friend. :P>>>> haha I don't think that looks much friendly *laughs nervously*

Dali- wow that is weird,can't stop looking at it! More

Before Surrealism, there was the Dadaist movement which influenced Surrealism, and artists like Salvador Dali.

Optical illusion of a face. Notice how the background is different within the "face" and outside of it be it by the colors, by the cut cloud, by the type of terrain, and perhaps this is to give a "face to the face" or a personality to the illusion and maybe the resemblance between them and the tone of the woman's skin suggest it is really her face. I love the feminine lips made out of mountains and reflections…

Optical illusion of a face. Notice how the background is different within the face and outside of it be it by the colors, by the cut cloud, by the type of terrain, and perhaps this is to gi?

Picasso

Picasso - I never completely got along with Picasso but am learning to. Allegedly, some of it is kind of the embodiment of Einstein's theory of relativity because of the multiple perspectives.I had to stare at it awhile before I noticed that the hands are

Picasso 2- En este retrato de Picasso en formato vertical podemos apreciar un hombre planchando. El peso visual se centra en los ojos del hombre, que están oscuros, parece cansado. No es el típico cuadro cubista de Picasso, este es realista.

The ironer La repasseuse Artist: Pablo Picasso Completion Date: 1904 Style: Expressionism Period: Blue Period Genre: genre painting Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: x 73 cm Tags: handwork