Shell – Motif In Art

Definition of an artistic appearance. One of RMS Scrip torin, alias: pink Marita Schrouff defined motif in art history. Contact information is here: Brad Garlinghouse. A garment part surrounds a representation of partially or totally. The motif occurs in the ancient times in the form of an oversized Omega-fold and evolved into a large bowl. The shell is a motif that creates space. It is an artistic medium for generating perspective. The motif is popular in ancient times as the Locket Luna directs relief her eke into the depths of the sea”, around 100 nuZ depicting a nymph as Hesperide, the evening star, Venus right above and below Oceanus shows on the West side of the Arch of Constantine in Rome.

In this interpretation, the Omega-fold to a shell-Cape is designed. A simple variant on Omega-shaped. Venus, a fresco detail from Pompeii to 50 Vinayak noticeable especially their muschelformig flowing Cape. Inspired Michelangelo designed a whole group of figures in this scene. However it this fresco not met, since the excavations of Pompeii until 1748, Johann Start Joachim Winckelmann. In the 15th/16th century at the time of Michelangelo is still under the rubble and ashes of the Vesuvius eruption of 79 Vinayak Pompeii, that Michelangelo must have seen another work with a similar motif of cloak anti-flatulent himself up or get themselves to this form of presentation. The latter is interesting, because two styles and periods, pushing out to the reality in the pictures have come to the same subject. Same idea the same result! RMS Scrip torin, alias: pink Marita Schrouff