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Sacrificial scene :: Hans Makart

Sacrificial scene :: Hans Makart - Allegory in art and painting
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Hans Makart (1840-1884)

[ Opferszene (gr) Scne de victime (fr) ]

Oil on canvas c 1880 186 x 332 cm ( 73,2 x 130,5 inch )

stereichische Galerie Belvedere (Wien, Austria)

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51





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Marat   User Rating: 376  January 5, 2020


The artwork of Hans Makart is vertical format painting. It is best and perfectly suited for Italian interior style of home decoration. I do like the artwork of Hans Makart Sacrificial scene. The artist painted (I would guess) family who are sacrificing newly-born child. All of them father, badly looking grandmother, kids are quite excited, even smiling (as father) and satisfied. The scene is extremely lively and energetic. The work of Hans Makart is well balanced and its color are perfectly [Expand]

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