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White Nights

White Nights

White Nights by RicardoGiraldez
White Nights by RicardoGiraldez

Description

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RicardoGiraldez
Oil on canvas
70x50cm
"There is a budding morrow in midnight,/There is a triple sight in blindness keen" (To Homer, John Keats).
The legendary Homer is the symbolic figure of the ideal poet endowed with divine vision: blind to the banal everyday world, inspired only by the Muses.

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Category Fantasy » Mythology » Greek/Roman Gods Media Oils
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luckylace222 on August 13, 2012, 1:06:41 PM

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luckylace222OH MY GREEK GOD.

Love the strong skin tones. It really makes this picture stand out! The robes have many different colors though, so it confuses the light source a little. However, everything else, ESPECIALLY his great blue yes, is great!

RicardoGiraldez on August 14, 2012, 5:21:39 PM

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RicardoGiraldezThank you! I try to illuminate my paintings in the style of the Quattrocento and the Pre-Raphaelites, without abuse of chiaroscuro. I try to project a light that does not come entirely from this world.

Firiel on August 14, 2012, 7:16:47 AM

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FirielQuite lovely.
My hands keep drifting back to his hand, reaching out...

RicardoGiraldez on August 14, 2012, 5:01:57 PM

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RicardoGiraldezThank you! Much appreciated.

gamefox120 on August 13, 2012, 3:04:27 PM

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gamefox120are you a renaissance painter who hitched a ride to our time with Doctor Who?

This is just amazing!

my girlfriend was reading Keats to me a while back.I love the subject matter!

RicardoGiraldez on August 14, 2012, 4:58:41 PM

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RicardoGiraldezHey! Thanks for your kind words! Yes, I love the Italian Quattrocento but unfortunately I am of our time. I do not have any time machine except my imagination.