Creative Remakes Of Famous Paintings
I was walking on a path with two friends, the sun was setting, suddenly the sky turned blood red. I paused, feeling exhausted and leaning on the fence, I saw blood and tongues of fire on the fiery black fjord. – René Magritte explained his painting “The Son of Man”:
When we look at any painting, our mind always seeks meaning and the reason behind it, which inspired the artist to paint such paintings.
However, art is really difficult to explain, and even the artist may not know why he did imagined such a creation. The problem is that art is like the artist’s soul, immense and often inexplicable.
“It seems someone just throw an green apple targeting a standing man. It goes and blows his face. But the face is is hidden in every part. It makes us the curiosity that we always want to see what is hidden behind what we see, and many questions are emerged, why this happened?
You can see different interpretations of these works. In fact, many famous paintings, could be only pieces of secret series of paintings, in that case only the artist can reveal and explain about the secrets.
We always try to give an explanation to works of art, in some cases, the explanation is known. People have thought that specially figurative artworks are straight and clear but they still wants some discussions and meanings. For example, Edvard Munch described his inspiration for his famous painting “Scream” like this way :
“I was walking on a path with two friends, the sun was setting, suddenly the sky turned blood red. I paused, feeling exhausted and leaning on the fence, I saw blood and tongues of fire on the fiery black fjord and The city, my friends kept walking and I stayed there, trembling with anxiety and I felt an infinite cry that crossed nature.
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