Art (painting) » Allegory, mythology, poetry » Allegory in art and painting


Taste ( The Five Senses ) :: Hans Makart

Taste ( The Five Senses )  :: Hans Makart - Allegory in art and painting
Previous photo
Next photo

Hans Makart (1840-1884)

[ Die Funf Sinne- Geschmack ]

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





Return to section: Allegory in art and painting (1-150)

Hide Comments (1)

UP
Marat   User Rating: 376  January 5, 2020


The work is vertical format painting. The painting is perfect and ideal for Italian interior style of home decoration. I do like the artwork Hans Makart Taste (The Five Senses). He depicted a young woman who is gathering some fruits from the tree. Or perhaps (it is not clear), she is gathering and tasting grapes. The woman is standing in her beauty. She knows rather well that she is amazingly beautiful and gracious. The work is warm and visually appealing. The color is fabulous. The atmosphere [Expand]

  1



Login / Register - Join now!

Your name: (or login via social. network below)
Comment:
Avatar
Refresh
Enter the code you see in the image above (case sensitive). Click on the image to refresh it.


nu

nu

nu in mythology and poetry

nu in mythology and poetry

men's portraits 18th century
   
myfology painting

Romantic scenes

Romantic scenes

Oriental women

oriental women in art of paintings


Home-artlib >