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"Vincentica" (Van Gogh in Guernica)
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"Vincentica" (Van Gogh in Guernica) Painting

Chinmaya BR


Painting, Enamel on Canvas

Size: 65 W x 30 H x 1 D in

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Van Gogh and Picasso are my most favourite among Great Artists. Ever since I understood Picasso's Guernica, I wondered how Vincent would have painted it. So I thought of trying it myself as a tribute to both artists. Guernica is probably the most powerful painting which expresses pain and suffering. Van Gogh's last years were full of pain and suffering. With this painting I am trying to tell the story of Vincent with the characters of Picasso's Guernica. The Bull represents Gauguin. The screaming Lady who opens the parcel with his chopped ear. The Fallen statue head is the Vincent himself with chopped ear and blood stained razor. The screaming white horse is Vincent again who shot himself with a Lefaucheux when he was painting The Crows in the Wheat Field which is in the background. Two women leaning towards the horse with mercy and grief represent Vincent's two failed love affairs. The burning man is again Vincent going mad with his lonely life living in his Bed Room in Auvers in the background. Finally his Starry Night makes the dark sky in the background and lantern of his Potato Eaters represents the lamp in the center of Guernica. His Sunflowers at broken razor holding hand represents the hope and a tiny flower of Guernica. I dedicate this colourful Guernica to all who love Vincent Van Gogh. Thank You.

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Painting:Enamel on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:65 W x 30 H x 1 D in

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Name: Chinmaya B R Born: 1976, Chitradurga, Karnataka, India. Working Styles: Figurative and Neo Expressionism & Contemporary Selected Works: Farmhouse, Yellow Field, Innocence, In the Garden,Indian Women Series, Bhopal Gas Tragedy Series,Dashavatara series and Horse series. Address: Dr. Chinmaya B R Flat No. 20, 2nd Cross, Kurubarahalli Road, Jai Maruthi Nagar, Nandini Layout Bangalore, karnataka, India. Mobile: 09739962862, 09671065622 Email: Blogspot: Born in Chitradurga, Karnataka, Chinmaya B. R. studied art in Chitradurga and Davangere. In his early art career he had made the portraits of his friends and colleagues and his paintings, portraits and landscapes show the strong influence of Van Gogh. Later he studied Post Modern and Contemporary art styles in Bangalore and Bhopal and incorporated the principles of cubism and expressionism in his works. His work has a strong aesthetic aspect of human and animal body. The Evolution of skeletal structure, the muscle attachment and the action every muscle is designed for is a wonderful creation of the nature. Anatomy has always been his favourite subject. During his doctorial study he constantly experimented with creating the anatomy of human body in the various art forms. He believes nothing can make an impact on human mind in the way the human body makes! All primary instincts such as bliss, happiness, sexual desire, fight instinct, fear of dead, agony & pain looking at a dead can take away your heart to the emotional depths. Hence he started exploring the subjects of body and form in Mythology, History, Science and Contemporary Issues in the society to find inspiration to create his own expression of human body. His works express the idea of human or animal body in an abstract manner. You may term it as “Abstract Figurative Style”! His paintings express his deep compassion and concern for the downtrodden and victimized people of the society which can be seen in his series works on Mother, Indian Women, Bhopal Gas Tragedy. His mystique love for the Indian mythology can be seen in his series Dashavatara. His passion for nature and forms expressed in Horse Series. His subjects for paintings are contemporary and depict the concern for the current problems of our society like Child Labor, Crimes on Women, Social insecurity, Agony and grievances of underprivileged people, Ill effects of War, Social injustice etc.

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