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Looking Out To Sea :: Vittorio Matteo Corcos

Looking Out To Sea :: Vittorio Matteo Corcos - Romantic scenes in art and painting
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Vittorio Matteo Corcos (1859-1933) Looking Out To Sea

Oil on canvas (64.4 x 46.7 cm)( 25,4 x 18,4 inch ) Private collection

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 12.04.2010



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Robi

June 22, 2014


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September 4, 2018


The picture shows two women, but their roles are completely different. The first, in a red outfit, immediately attracts attention - she is placed on the foreground and brightly stands out in color on a more restrained background. The second heroine is partially hidden behind the first figure, and in terms of color more corresponds to the background - the sky and the sea in pastel colors and brown carpet. What did the author want to say? The first is clearly a bright accent, even more - a key element, [Expand]

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