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  • Con una giacca gialla
  • Con una giacca gialla
  • With a yellow jacket
  • With a yellow jacket
Con una giacca gialla

With a yellow jacket

The artistic journey of August Macke ideally unfolds from the tradition of the Italian Renaissance to the most recent developments in art: French Impressionism, the transfiguring use of colour in Matisse, German expressionism, Kandinsky's abstractionism, Cubism of Delaunay. Macke's paintings represent emotions and this splendid painting is proof of this.
€150.00
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Dimensions
cm. 60x90
1 - Characteristics and Properties
Fir wood frame with rounded edges of cm. 3.0 thickness
2 - Characteristics and Properties
Ready to hang
3 - Characteristics and Properties
Edges are finished on the sides
4 - Characteristics and Properties
Full HD print on washable, UV-resistant canvas
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The artistic journey of August Macke ideally unfolds from the tradition of the Italian Renaissance to the most recent developments in art: French Impressionism, the transfiguring use of colour in Matisse, German expressionism, Kandinsky's abstractionism, Cubism of Delaunay. Despite his short career (January 3, 1887 - September 26, 1914), his ability as an artist and his greed for knowledge, assimilated in the different journeys undertaken, allowed him to integrate in his paintings the elements of the avant-garde that most interested him. Macke's paintings represent emotions and this splendid painting is proof of this. The artist associates colours with the sensations of the moment: blue is used to express sadness and is associated with male figures; the use of yellow is to reveal cheerfulness and is approached to female figures; finally, red, from which brutality transpires, is attributable to matter. According to the artist, in a painting, harmony can only be achieved by mixing a natural colour with its complementary tone. The representation of moods and feelings, rather than an objective reality, gives colours and shapes a distorted and almost transfigured image of reality. Macke's paintings are full of light, of brightness and energy. His brief but intense career was abruptly interrupted by his untimely death at the front of the First World War in September 1914.

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