Sunday, June 26, 2011

Renaissance has led Art to talk about itself

David Teniers, 1651, depicts the private collection of the archduke Leopold Wilhelm.
Art has started to talk about itself and not only about religion.


First published at Hella Heaven.

7 comments:

Cheryl said...

So very interesting and true! What a fasinating collection. I would never see these types of things or really take the time to reflect if it wasn't for this blog. For that I thank you.XXXXX

Just Be Real said...

That is a lot of art to walk into a room for! I love the dogs in front too. Thanks for sharing Ana! Blessings.

Just Be Real said...

Interesting that dogs are in pictuers. Maybe because they are known to be "mans best friend?"

cookingvarieties said...

hi ana, i think it must have taken a long time for the artist/ sculptur to complete one piece of sculpture or artwork.
thats needs a lot of preserverence..
and to achieve this, one must be very interested in his hobby/ trade.. else one cant produce that many pieces. thanks for highlighting

Ana said...

Yes, patience...

Missy said...

Interesting..

Missy

Ana said...

Just be real,
The dogs give a little bit of life.
:)

Missy,
:)