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Obedience ( The Five Senses ) :: Hans Makart

Obedience ( The Five Senses ) :: Hans Makart - Allegory in art and painting
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Hans Makart (1840-1884) Die Funf Sinne- Gehor (gr)

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

Austrian Gallery Belvedere (Wien, Austria)

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 15.10.2010



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Marat   User Rating: 380  January 5, 2020


The work is vertical format painting. The painting is best and perfectly suited for modern Hispanic design style of home decoration. I do not like the artwork of Hans Makart Obedience (The Five Senses). Hans Makart painted a standing young woman. She is amazingly attractive and distinctive and gracefully standing in her beauty. Her pose is reflection of the obedience the main theme of the artwork. Although, the colors of the painting work together and fit with the subject of the painting but [Expand]

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