scenes of Oriental life (Orientalism) in art and painting

Captured Lion :: Rudolf Ernst

Captured Lion by artist Rudolf Ernst - scenes of Oriental life (Orientalism) in art and painting
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Rudolf Ernst (1854-1932) Captured Lion

Oil On Panel 71.1 x 90.2 cm ( 28 x 35,4 inch )

Private art collection

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51

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Marat   User Rating: 376  December 28, 2019

It is horizontal vertical format painting. Rudolf Ernst depicted a group of men who are tightly and firmly holding a lion. It seems that hunting was dangerous, reckless, very exciting and full of passion. Men are so surprised by their lack and hunting skills. Some man is fearing to approach the lion. This wild animal is still alive although it is injured. The artwork is perfect for Orient interior style of home decoration. The painting Captured Lion is lively and sympathetic. I like the work of [Expand]


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