CRANES


Italy

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Size: 39.4 H x 27.6 W x 0.6 in

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Painting: Oil on Canvas.

CRANE.Long-legged wading bird, on the symbolic value of which is influenced by a long beak, restlessness in flight (seasonal flights), organization of the pack, caution (eyes birds have a 360 degree). Ancient images is often similar to the point of confusion with the stork or Heron, from which it can be distinguished by its typical pose, with raised claws while holding the stone. This feature image goes back to the legendary information, according to which, "every night the cranes gather around their king. Certain cranes are elected as guardians, and they spent the whole night should be awake, by all means chasing away the sleep. Therefore, each crane was a watchman stands on one leg, keeping the other. In his raised paw, he holds the stone. Fall asleep the crane, and a stone will fall from his paw and fell on his paw, it will Wake him up." Like other "standing in water birds (IBIS, stork, Heron), the crane is one of the incarnations of the light of the morning sun, as it sees the first sunrise. As an intermediary between the worlds of the crane is the messenger God and conductor of (the carrier of) the souls of the dead to their afterlife existence. Thanks to its long beak and mating dances, the crane in many traditions acts as phallic symbol, as well as Herald of fertility, the bringer of rain. To the cultures of the Mediterranean typical erotic "crane dance". Very widely (from Mediterranean cultures to China) it is widely used in crane as an allegory of justice, longevity, righteousness, and merciful soul[1]. Crane also draws attention to itself as a fighter of snakes. Main meanings: the Sun, light, sunrise, morning, spring, update, rain; love, erotic desire (thirst for love), the joy of life, fertility; immortality, longevity; a journey, a journey (walk), speed, flight; takeoff, elevation, sublimity, nobility, aristocracy; kindness, loyalty, openness, friendliness, integrity, happiness; the sublime soul, virtue, piety, goodness, faithfulness, diligence, purity, justice, intelligence, wisdom; the prophecy (divination), alertness, sensitivity, caution, danger; manners, grace, elegance; intelligence, sagacity, shrewdness; the alphabet, poetry, dance, talkativeness, the noise and the variability; the avarice, stupidity, snobbery; clumsiness, destroyest, awkwardness;
Egypt two-headed Crane — welfare: according to ancient Egyptian legend, the crane first appeared over the Nile during the reign of the Pharaoh Menes I, the founder of the first dynasty (C. 2800 BC), called "period of prosperity". The Attribute Of Thoth. The antiquity of the Arrival of cranes for the ancient Greeks and their scream — the signal to start sowing and then reaping. Attribute (dedicated): Apollo is like a bird of light, the harbinger of spring. Hermes — as a tireless traveller (the traveler); Demeter; Artemis; Pallas Athena, Athens Hera; of Perseus. The famous crane dance Geranios is the embodiment of cheerfulness and love, is a type of movement of cranes during the current and is associated with the cult of Athena-Hera[2]. He later refashioned as the dance of the Sun, and its occurrence is associated with a joyful dance of Theseus and his companions emerged from the Labyrinth. This explains the circular movement of the dancers-"cranes" around the decorated horns of the altar, which reproduces the curves of the Cretan Maze or labyrinth, where the rite of passage. Sustainable ancient stories associated with cranes include: hostility of the cranes with the pygmies living in the South of Egypt and Ethiopia[3]. "Cranes in the endless sky, so loud klikach, fly, fleeing the hardships of winter... On my wings I carry the crash and the death of the pygmies". The Iliad Of Homer. cranes of Ivica (Ibicus) — jamb of cranes was the only witness to the murder of the Greek poet and singer of Ibycus (killer given himself away, when one of them looked up at the sky, exclaimed: "Cranes of Ibycus!"). crane avarice — fables story about sparing the host encountered for the first time in the history of Aesop about the Fox and crane. The wedge of Cranes with related legends about the origin of the Greek alphabet. Considered to be the shape flying in the sky flying geese was the basis for the shape of letters, and that Palamedes (according to another version — Hermes) supplemented invented by king Kadmon alphabet. Because of this (?), the crane is often used for satellite (patron) poets and is a symbol of initiation. Northern tradition Galskogo Attribute of the God Manannan is the patron of sailors and merchants. The appearance of a crane is the Lord of the underworld Pull, the Herald of death or war, symbolizing the baseness, meanness, and spiteful women.
China Crane (Ho, heh) — "the Patriarch of the Feathered Tribe," the messenger of the gods, the mediator between heaven and earth, endowed by the many positive properties and values. It is believed that inside the bird is absolute Yang, devoid of the principle of death. White cranes are Holy birds that inhabit the Islands of the Blessed. The colour of their plumage serves as a symbol of purity, and the head color of cinnabar is indication that he knows how to preserve his life force. The cranes fly in the heavens of the Immortals of the Taoist tradition and the souls of the dead bound to the Taoist Western Paradise. Death of Taoist priests is described by the words "Yu-Hua", which implies their transformation into cranes. The black crane, according to popular belief, can live to one thousand years, partly due to the ability to breathe with a bent neck; this technique, softening the breath, is practiced by Taoists. Curved neck crane is also considered to be a sign (symbol) of wisdom is in vain and hurtful words linger in her curves, giving time for reflection and preparation of the measured response. The crane is often found in fine art as a way of long life, most often in the "triple symbols of longevity" including the crane, pine tree and stone. The latter may sometimes be replaced by cypress. Together with the Phoenix, a Heron, a duck and the Wagtail is in the group of birds, representing the five types of relationships between people — embodies the pattern of relationship between father and son (the chick crane responds to the cry of the parents). Rising to the Sun the crane expresses the will to rise, is a symbol of prosperity and high official position. Japan Crane "tsuru" — revered symbolic animal, meaning the greatness of the island nation. In General, "Mr. Crane" has the same meaning as in China. As a symbol of longevity in fine art is combined with chrysanthemum and pine. According to Indochina to Indonesia common beliefs, the crane is born from a rock, washed by the sea waves. Hinduism In idiski legends of Zhuravl often the personification of infidelity, lies and deceit. Goddess Balgal-flies with cranes her head — the patroness of liars, cheaters, synonym of sadism and destruction. Buddhism is the Embodiment of winter. The Bible / old Testament Godliness, piety, "And the stork under heaven knows their set times, and the turtledove and the swallow and the crane observe the time when they arrive, and My people doesn't know the definition of the Lord." Jeremiah 8: 7 Christianity generally is used to symbolize the properties and qualities of the monastics and monastic life: religiosity, loyalty — travel, flying behind the leader, closed life, asceticism, virtue, courtesy; alertness, good quality, good order in monastic life; loyalty, faithfulness, righteousness, good deeds. The early arrival of the cranes in spring is sometimes a symbol of resurrection. Magic In the Ancient Greek wing of the crane was used as an amulet against fatigue. Divination One of the birds, the flight of which was used for the predictions: the emergence of a crane (like the eagle) is the harbinger of auspicious events and good sign; the loud scream of a crane in front of rainy weather heralds the harvest. Heraldry Caution and vigilance; sensitivity, bearing protection, thoughtfulness. The crane in heraldry Emblems Sensitivity, observation. If that will alarm the crane, it sends a signal cry, scream; not to sleep, standing on one leg, and the fingers of the other holding a stone. This has created the bird a reputation as a stupid, dumb.

Свобода выбора

Возможен выбор поражения.
Возможно, право победить.
Смотрю я в небо безмятежно
И слышу моря синий рык.
Возможна пена над волною,
Возможен ветра терпкий бриз,
Но все закончится тобою,
Финал нельзя предотвратить.
Мне не жалеть о постоянстве,
Взлететь ли птицей в облака,
Песчинкой в миге и пространстве
Я растворяюсь навсегда.
Возможно, право поражения.
Возможен выбор победить.
Огонь живет своим горением.
Свобода выбора – светить.

Pollin 2005.

Keywords: Birds, Sin, Cranes, Pointilism, Pollina Ogiy

Subjects: Animal

Styles: Art Deco, Expressionism, Figurative, Fine Art, Impressionism

Mediums: Oil

Materials: Canvas

Prints: Animal Art Prints, Art Deco Art Prints, Expressionism Art Prints, Figurative Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Impressionism Art Prints, Oil Art Prints, Canvas Art Prints

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