Each of the paintings exhibited by Munch in 1895 tells a part of his story of ‘the life of the soul’, of love between man and woman. And of Munch’s own life.
Exploring representations of women, from Amazons to Salome, in a series of thought-provoking images.
Did Moreau succeed in changing history painting, or should his works remain obscure, a minor cul-de-sac in art history?
Some important points when preparing hypertext for release, including checking for loose ends, and how to ‘fix’ a document for delivery.
Greek painted pots, a pair of gold earrings, and a rude quiver: how they led a beer advertisement into danger.
Winner of the Prix de Rome in 1866, in the next 4 years he painted several startling canvases which took the Salon by storm. Then he was killed.
Here’s a pre-release test version of my hypertext story about the stories of Salome, and a wonderful rhythmic workflow for hypertext authoring.
Berlin, the vibrant city of modern arts, brought love and marriage – and a brief reprise of Salome too.
He had 11 paintings shown at the Exposition Universelle in Paris, in 1878, following which he was commissioned to paint over 60 watercolours.
From the 1870s, Salome became the central figure in the story, and increasingly became the femme fatale: beautiful, sexy, and dangerous to know.