The extraordinary beauty of the Empress of Austria and fascinating conversations with her while posing admired Franz the Magnificent-artist Winterhalter. And sissy herself, as Elizabeth of Bavaria was called by contemporaries, was considered a mysterious woman with a dramatic fate. Perfect appearance, adored husband, beloved children, wealth, power and-endless melancholy, which she carried in the soul until the fatal finale. Why? Tell.
Elizabeth was born in 1837, December 24, when the country celebrated Christmas. Everyone thought it a good omen, promising a happy newborn life: at first it was. She was the third child of the eight heirs of Duke Maximilian of Bavaria and his wife, Princess Ludovica of Bavaria.
Joseph Karl Stieler. Princess Marie Louis Of Bavaria
Joseph Karl Stieler. Princess Marie Louis of Bavaria, circa 1828
Joseph Karl Stieler. Duke Maximilian Joseph of Bavaria, 1830s Continue reading
Rembrandt from the movie of the 1930-ies — rosy Joker and a bit of a klutz. Rembrandt 1970’s-tacit and a gloom type of with heavy mournfully maniac. Rembrandt 2000-x-charming Zippy and witty. Rembrandt from the Soviet TV movie is expressed exclusively in poetry. Rembrandt from the French drama is shown in more than candid bed scenes. Which one recommends Archiv? All! And to make it easier for you to choose a movie to taste, we have compiled a detailed guide to the films about Rembrandt.
Rembrandt (Great Britain, 1936)
What movie? Rembrandt comes to the shop to choose the paint and at the same time buys a precious necklace — it just like his wife Saskia. “They say Saskia is ill? they ask him. “Saskia is healthier than ever,” says Rembrandt. An artist, that with him take? Continue reading
People with natural red hair color always attracted attention with their “unconventionality” – real or far-fetched. And throughout the history of art, artists from Sandro Botticelli to Dante Gabriel Rossetti revealed the powerful symbolism of red hair, which at different times alternately meant promiscuity, sensuality, cunning and, above all, otherness.
Red hair is rare, but why do we find its wearers particularly attractive or naturally lustful? Why Botticelli decided to give his Venus-the goddess of sex, beauty and love — long strands of ripe rye color? What prompted Rossetti to chase down the street Alexa Wilding-a woman he later portrayed in the painting “La Ghirlandata” (1873) and other works — and beg her to pose? (According to Jackie Collis Harvey, author of Red. The story of redheads”, Rossetti was “an absolutely classic example of a man obsessed with redheads, uncontrollably obsessed”.) Continue reading