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Feeling ( The Five Senses ) :: Hans Makart

Feeling ( The Five Senses ) :: Hans Makart - Allegory in art and painting
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Hans Makart (1840-1884) Die Funf Sinne - Gefuhl

Oil on canvas 1872-1879 70 x 314 cm ( 27,6 x 123,4 inch )

Austrian Gallery Belvedere (Wien, Austria)

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51





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Marat   User Rating: 376  January 5, 2020


It is vertical format painting. Hans Makart depicted a naked, young woman in her early twenties. I would guess that she is mother who is holding a small kid (toddler?) on her shoulder. She apparently loves her kid and very cautiously and graciously walking with her child. The woman has nice flowers in her other hand. The painting Feeling (The Five Senses) is perfectly suitable for French interior style of home decoration. The artwork is vibrant and natural one. I like the painting of Hans Makart. [Expand]

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