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Allegory on the love of life :: Hans Makart

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Hans Makart (1840-1884) Alegorie auf die Lebenslust

Oil on canvas 1868-1869 126 x 201 cm ( 49,6 x 79 inch )

Private art collection

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 15.10.2010



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Marat   User Rating: 380  January 5, 2020


The artwork of Hans Makart is vertical format painting. The painting is best and ideally suited for French interior style of home decoration. Hans Makart painted a two naked women who are extremely love the life in general and their life - particularly. The artist shows all temptation of the life delicious and exotic food, alcoholic drinks and whatever woman wishes to have. One woman is lying in her beauty and the other one is standing and posing for her portrait. I do not like the artwork of Hans [Expand]

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