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Pierre Puvis De Chavannes: "Young Girls By The Seaside"

Young women grooming themselves at the water’s edge is a familiar trope in European painting. The historical roots of the subject reach at least as far as Ovid’s  731 more words

Art Criticism

Born today Austrian artist Gustav Klimt!

Klimt’s main subject was obviously the female body which he portrayed with great sensuality and eroticism. He became particularly famous with his “Golden Phase” paintings where he added gold leaves to his paintings. 9 more words

Odilon Redon

One of my favorite symbolists is Odilon Redon, not for his more macabre drawings but for his beautiful pastel work which he was so masterful at. 158 more words


Symbolist Art and the French Occult Revival: The Esoteric-aesthetic vision of Sâr Péladan

Editor’s Note: Paper presented at the 3rd ESSWE Conference, Lux in Tenebris by Sasha Chaitow, founder of the Phoenix Rising Academy

History has not been kind to Joséphin Péladan. 5,079 more words

Newtopia Magazine

Giulio Aristide Sartorio (1860-1932)

Giulio Aristide Sartorio (1860-1932), Italian painter.

Giulio Aristide Sartorio, La Sirena

Giulio Aristide Sartorio, title unknown

Giulio Aristide Sartorio, title unknown

Giulio Aristide Sartorio, La Gorgone e gli Eroi, 1897

Symbolist Art


“In this day and age, we confuse hip smartness that does not fully endorse any idea with intelligence, and consider callousness the product of an experienced point of view of the world. 64 more words

The Ing

Red Moon Six

Full Moon in Leo, sign of creativity, coming up in a few days.

‘Red Moon Six’ is a Spiritual Surrealist work that not only symbolizes the creative process, but is itself an ongoing process. 73 more words

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