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d'ART ID#: 176176
Length: 37.00 in (93.98 cm)
Height: 65.00 in (165.10 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
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Christine Dumbsky
The rose
Christine Dumbsky
Original Paintings - US $4,800.00

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Seller Comments...
The song "The Rose" by Bette Midler inspired the artist to this image, in which the text is visually transformed.

During the development, the artist also dealt with poems by Alexander von Bernus and Eugen Roth, which are also naturally reflected in the painting. Furthermore the painter got also inspired to own texts.

Eroticism is rooted in the people, because without this essential sense, nobody would probably have sex and therefore there’d be no human survival.
However, this term is often misused these days, especially in advertising and the media.

In times of "Fifty Shades of Grey" hype – 50 different grey colour scales?
So eroticism in our times is also conceptually only a grey area or simply colorless?
Press Agency: Röhrken

The sky - blue and wide,
The day is clear like you,
I wake you with a kiss,
then together we watch the the world sleeping,

Who sleeps does not perceive,
what is happening around them ,
because even knowledge also needs time
to see things as they really are

Your look, my mirror, like a spoken word,
through you - I understand,
what is valuable, what is precious, what is important
and what is beautiful.

poem by Christine Dumbsky
english lyric proofread/alteration: Mike Goodwin

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