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Smell [ The five senses ] :: Hans Makart

Smell [ The five senses ] :: Hans Makart - Allegory in art and painting
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Hans Makart (1840-1884) Die Funf Sinne - Geruch (gr)

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: 380  January 5, 2020


The artwork of Hans Makart is vertical format painting. It is best and perfectly suited for European interior style of home decoration. I like the artwork of Hans Makart Smell (The five senses). He depicted a graciously standing woman who is seductively smelling the flowers. She is well aware of her seductive image, well-shaped body and fabulous face and it seems, she possesses a skill of temptation. Her surroundings are flowers that are in full harmony with young woman. The artwork of Hans Makart [Expand]

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