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Marble Heart :: Hans Makart [ Marmorherzen ]

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Hans Makart (1840-1884)

( Marmorherzen (gr) )

Oil on mahogany c 1880 82.6 x 125.7 cm ( 32,5 x 49,4 inch )

Otto Schonthal Gallery (Wien, Austria)

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 15.10.2010



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User   User Rating: 184  September 6, 2018


The possessor (s) of the marble heart, which the author portrays, probably discuss their suitors, or rather their shortcomings or lack of merit. Because it is impossible to melt a marble heart, any gentleman will not be good enough and worthy. Although, perhaps, their hearts are so stony and cold, that the suitors are not worthy even to discuss and gossip, and the girls talk about something else - dresses, holidays, travels... Their lazy poses showing how indifferent and boring they are and the hardness [Expand]

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