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The picture belongs to the series "Baroque" with this work I finished the series. I got inspired by the Spanish artist Goya and partly by the Italian artist Giorgio de Chirico. Maxim Fomenko Dissolution of the personality in time. His works, mainly paintings in acrylic and oil on canvas, make use of the rich collection of motifs from the surviving paintings. When he portrays, he also deals with the historical personalities of the time. Such contemporary appearances, such as the then typical clothing and accessories (wigs and so on), he leaves their recognition value, so that the viewer can be confronted with the duality between an original motif and its reinterpretation. The recognition value is limited only to the external, because the representation of human features is distorted beyond recognition. We are all bound to a certain period of time in the linear time sequence. The traces we leave behind are gradually becoming alienated until the personality is dissolved in time.
Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper
Size:10 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in
Size with Frame:15.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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My name is Maxim Fomenko, I'm a freelance artist from Nuremberg. I studied at the Nuremberg Academy of Arts, study program "Free Art“. Completed 2012 as a master student.Since then I am a successful, freelance artist. My work is in various open and private collections Europe and the USA. My art is about the artist himself, here I ask the question, how does the artist of today look like compared to the artist in the past, how has he changed in the course of art history. How much has his transformation of themes that he dealt with thousands of years ago like feminine beauty, death and Paradis changed. We remember the past epochs with beautiful female scenes of, for example, Ingris, Degas, Renoir or Matisse. Then the fright of the 20th century from Picasso, Braque and so on until today. What remains for the modern artists? Everything seems to be said, all styles and all directions are exhausted, maybe that's why the subjects have to be redefined and reinterpreted. If I may paraphrase Malewisch "it is no longer enough to create a mattress for the night of love".
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