His two paintings of Salome shown at the 1876 Salon are dominated if not overwhelmed by their symbols. They are the watershed in his art.
After his greatest human panorama showing Paddington railway station, he painted two moralising series, similar to those of Hogarth.
Some important points when preparing hypertext for release, including checking for loose ends, and how to ‘fix’ a document for delivery.
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.
From the 1870s, Salome became the central figure in the story, and increasingly became the femme fatale: beautiful, sexy, and dangerous to know.
Clarifying different types of web link, making custom badges, and using the Timeline to explore the origin of a new version of a story.
His time in Munich concluded with his first great painting, inspired by Wilde’s play, which was in turn inspired by Moreau’s paintings of Salome.