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Lovis Corinth (1858-1925) Crucified Thief

Oil on canvas, 1883 (180 x 80 cm)( 70,9 x 31,4 inch ) Public collection

image: Public domain

Submitted by: JenKiriakos

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WuDong   User Rating: 810  May 5, 2015

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Debopriya    July 29, 2015

for having no airnpatioss and simply using the canvas as a diary. I think the masters kind of did that, but a more intellectual, thoughtful one. Pioneering not just art but the world's thoughts and knowledge at that time through them. I kind of envy them. That time and place. They took the initiative and made what happened happen. It wasn't like they came into this by sheer fortune. But the atmosphere and the specific stresses as well as lack of stresses at that time, allowed for something eternal [Expand]


Deepak    October 27, 2015

. Wow. A location like that might be a liltte too exciting for me, but it looks very beautiful, Gattina. And a hotel room where the red flowers are!! Wonderful. What will you do on your holiday there? Swim? Dive? Fly across the mountains to the Nile at Luxor?It looks like a world where anything is possible. Fascinating.Kay, Alberta


Akbar    October 29, 2015

Beautiful tourist spot,I like the levloy place and its nice to come back again Ecuador.Check out my channel and thank you guys


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