lundi 31 août 2015

Albert Durero 2015, Margarita García Alonso

Gleba, la "Gran pradera" de Alberto Durero, VIDEO de Margarita García Alonso

Gleba, la "Gran pradera" de Alberto Durero, una pequeña acuarela de 43 x 31,5 cm. fechada en 1503

Elizabeth Adela Forbes (1859-1912), On a Fine Day - 1903

Me preguntas, cómo rezar a alguien que no existe.
Sólo sé que la plegaria levanta un puente de seda
Por el cual avanzamos como en un trampolín
Hasta alzar el vuelo por encima de los paisajes de oro profundo
Cambiados por el mágico síncope del sol.
Este puente va hacia la orilla del Reverso
Donde el otro lado de las cosas revela un sentido
Apenas sospechado de las palabras «esto es».
Mira, estoy diciendo: nosotros. Y cada uno en su singularidad
Siente allí la compasión por los que siguen presos en el cuerpo,
Y sabe que, si incluso no existiese la otra orilla,
Igual tendrían que entrar en el puente tendido sobre la tierra.

Czeslaw Milosz (Polonia; Szetejnic, 1911 - Cracovia, 2004)
(Traducción de Barbara Stawicka)

We have convictions only if we have studied nothing thoroughly.
—  E.M. Cioran, The Trouble With Being Born

They have no shame?

They have no shame? 
Margo is working and you looking at your photos? 
All out, to see their creations

and shut, You look better with your mouth shut. !!!!
"calladitos se ven mas + bonitos"

I do not live in this world alone but in a thousand worlds. Combina de oleos.Lectio Divina,

Henry Meynell Rheam (1859 - 1920) - 
Portrait of a lady holding a bowl of violets, 1901

 Paul-François Quinsac (1858 - 1932) - Allegory of music, 1897

I feel more and more every day, as my imagination strengthens, that I do not live in this world alone but in a thousand worlds.
—  John Keats, from a letter
 Robert Barrett Browning (born 1846) - Before the mirror, 1887

 Eduard Veith (1856 - 1925) - Portrait of a mourning young woman at the organ

She loved the moors. Flowers brighter than the rose bloomed in the blackest of the heath for her; out of a sullen hollow in a livid hillside her mind could make an Eden. She found in the bleak solitude many and dear delights.
—      Charlotte Brontë

 James-Jacques-Joseph Tissot (1836 - 1902) - In the church

I may be no better, but at least I am different.
—      Jean-Jacques Rousseau

 Ferdinand Leeke (1859 - 1923) - A woodland beauty and sheperd, 1921

I talk to myself and look at the dark trees, blessedly neutral. So much easier than facing people, than having to look happy, invulnerable, clever.
—  Sylvia Plath, from Johnny Panic and The Bible of Dreams

Frédéric Soulacroix (1858 - 1933) - Her music lesson

 Knowing reality means constructing systems of transformations that correspond, more or less adequately, to reality.
—      Jean Piaget

Enrique Serra Y Auque (1859 - 1918) - Lectio Divina, 1889

The pendulum of the mind oscillates between sense and nonsense, not between right and wrong.
—      C.G. Jung 

 Ferdinand-Anne Piestre (Ferdinand Cormon, 1854 - 1924) - Javanaise étendue, 1875

Attributed to Massimo Stanzione (1585 - 1656) - Mary Magdalene in meditation

 I was made for another planet altogether. I mistook the way.
—      Simone de Beauvoir
 Jules-Joseph Lefebvre (1836 - 1911) - Dawn

 Hugues Merle (1823 - 1881) - Hebe after her fall, 1880

 Jean-Denis-Antoine Caucannier (1860 - 1905) - Galatea by the Acis river, 1883

 Jules Joseph Lefebvre (1836 - 1911) - La Cigale, 1872

 Annie Lennox (active 1877 - 1882) - The dream of Kriemhild from The Nibelungenlied

 I care for myself. The more solitary, the more friendless, the more unsustained I am, the more I will respect myself.
—      Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre

 Hans Dahl (1849 - 1937) - Bathing nymphs

 God is a circle whose center is everywhere, and whose circumference is nowhere.
—      Saint Augustine 

François-Alfred Delobbe (1835 - 1920) - Young mother with her child

The cure for anything is salt water. Sweat, tears or the ocean.
—  Isak Dinesen, Seven Gothic Tales

Joseph Bernard (1864 - 1933) - Water nymph

Am I in love? Absolutely. I’m in love with ancient philosophers, foreign painters, classic authors, and musicians who have died long ago. I’m a passionate lover. I fawn over these people. I have given them my heart and my soul. The trouble is, I’m unable to love anyone tangible. I have sacrificed a physical bond, for a metaphysical relationship. I am the ultimate idealistic lover.
—  James Dean  

Margaita Garcia Alonso, grandes formatos sobre el PARAISO

Tres telas de 3 metros por  2,50 metros sobre mi jodienda del paraIso,  de principios del exilio, del 92

Attention, taken to its highest degree, is the same thing as prayer. It presupposes faith and love. Absolutely unmixed attention is prayer.
—  Simone Weil

the arcana of dreams Combinas poéticas Margarita Garcia Alonso

George Dunlop Leslie (1835 - 1921) - Her first place

 For it is in the arcana of dreams that existences merge and renew themselves, change and yet keep the same—like the soul of a musician in a fugue.
—      Bram Stoker, The Jewel of Seven Stars 
Porque es en los arcanos de los sueños que las existencias se funden y se renuevan, el cambio y sin embargo mantienen el mismo como el alma de un músico en una fuga.
- Bram Stoker, La Joya de las Siete Estrellas

Karl Harald Alfred Broge (1870 - 1955) - Morning sunlight, 1919

 All others are outside myself; I lock my door and bar them out The turmoil, tedium, gad-about. 

I lock my door upon myself, And bar them out; but who shall wall Self from myself, most loathed of all?

If I could once lay down myself, And start self-purged upon the race That all must run ! Death runs apace.
—      Christina Rossetti
Emile Lévy (1826 - 1890) - Venus and Cupid, 1862

Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.
—       Winston S. Churchill 

 Jules Frédéric Ballavoine (1855 - 1901) - Two bathers

 Victor Gabriel Gilbert (1847 - 1933) - Anticipation

 We do not escape into philosophy, psychology, and art—we go there to restore our shattered selves into whole ones.
—      Anaïs Nin, In Favor of the Sensitive Man and Other Essays 

No escapamos a la filosofía, la psicología y el arte-que vamos allí para restaurar nuestro ser destrozadas en los enteros.
- Anaïs Nin, a favor del hombre sensible y otros ensayos

 Luise Max-Ehrler (1850 - ?) - The latest trends

Lord Frederic Leighton (1830 - 1896) - Amarilla

 Now is no time to think of what you do not have. Think of what you can do with what there is.
—      Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea
 Ahora no es tiempo de pensar en lo que no tienes. Piensa en lo que puedes hacer con lo que hay.
- Ernest Hemingway, El viejo y el mar

 William Dacres Adams (1864 - 1951) - Chivalric love

 Reginald Granville Eves (1876 - 1941) - A nymph beside a pool, 1910

 A Berlin porcelain plaque, late 19th century

Benedetto Gennari (1633 - 1715) - Diana and Endymion

 Torment yourself as little as possible, then you’ll torment me less.
—      Franz Kafka, Letters to Milena
 Auguste-Alexandre Hirsch (1833 - 1912) - Suzanne

Stop minimizing and discounting your feelings. You have every right to feel the way you do. Your feelings may not always be logical, but they are always valid. Because if you feel something, then you feel it and it’s real to you. It’s not something you can ignore or wish away. It’s there, gnawing at you, tugging at your core, and in order to find peace, you have to give yourself permission to feel whatever it is you feel. You have to let go of what you’ve been told you should or shouldn’t feel. You have to drown out the voices of people who try to shame you into silence. You have to listen to the sound of your own breathing and honor the truth inside you. Because despite what you may believe, you don’t need anyone’s validation or approval to feel what you feel. Your feelings are inherently right and true. They’re important and they matter — you matter — and it is more than okay to feel what you feel. Don’t let anyone, including yourself, convince you otherwise.
—  Daniell Koepke

 Archibald Wakley (1873 - 1906) - A Royal princess, 1903

 Oswald von Glehn (b.1858) - Boreas and Orinthyia

 Gustave Léonard De Jonghe (1829 - 1893) - In the salon

Donat Nonotte (1708 - 1785) - Portrait of a lady taking tea

 When one has an existentialist view of the world, like mine, the paradox of human life is precisely that one tries to be and, in the long run, merely exists.”
Simone de Beauvoir
 Edgar Bundy (1862 - 1922) - The florist, 1893

Arthur Hughes (1832 - 1915) - A birthday picnic, portraits of the children of William and Anne Pattinson

 All our knowledge begins with the senses, proceeds then to the understanding, and ends with reason. There is nothing higher than reason
—      Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason

 Todo nuestro conocimiento comienza con los sentidos, procede a continuación a la comprensión, y termina con la razón. No hay nada más alto que la razón
- Immanuel Kant, Crítica de la razón pura

Shreeman Narayan Narayan Hari Hari - Sadhana Sargam - Best Lord Vishnu ...

Europa: la pesadilla del que mira y no hace nada.

Jean-Pierre Cassigneul

The body is an instrument which only gives off music when it is used as a body. Always an orchestra, and just as music traverses walls, so sensuality traverses the body and reaches up to ecstasy.
—  Anaïs Nin


There is
in every one of us,
even those
who seem to be most moderate,
a type of desire that is terrible,
and lawless.
—  Plato, The Republic