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Syrena i trytony, 1903, olej, deska  -  Jacek Malczewski (1854 - 1929)

Syrena i trytony, 1903, olej, deska - Jacek Malczewski (1854 - 1929)

Death of Ellenai - Jacek Malczewski

Death of Ellenai - Jacek Malczewski

Jacek Malczewski, 1900.

Jacek Malczewski, 1900.

Jacek Malczewski - Saint John the Baptist (1911)  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacek_Malczewski

Jacek Malczewski - Saint John the Baptist (1911) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacek_Malczewski

Thanatos II, 1898, god of non-violent death in Greek Mythology, Jacek Malczewski  Art and Opinion

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Malczewski Jacek Pozegnanie z pracownia.jpg

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Jacek-Malczewski-

The 13 Most Decadent Fashion Moments Inspired by Marie Antoinette: "All the Riches A Girl Can Have" editorial from Vogue Japan's October 2012 issue.

The 13 Most Decadent Fashion Moments Inspired by Marie Antoinette: "All the Riches A Girl Can Have" editorial from Vogue Japan's October 2012 issue.

Henri Regnault, Salome (s.d., 1870), Met.  There is no severed head. This is precisely what is most striking about Regnault’s Salome,for she holds all the accouterments of execution; the platter and dagger are within her control, resting on her lap, clean and without blood. Her facial expression is a mischievous one – she smirks and gazes confrontationally out at the viewer, fully aware of the ominous objects she holds.

Henri Regnault, Salome (s.d., 1870), Met. There is no severed head. This is precisely what is most striking about Regnault’s Salome,for she holds all the accouterments of execution; the platter and dagger are within her control, resting on her lap, clean and without blood. Her facial expression is a mischievous one – she smirks and gazes confrontationally out at the viewer, fully aware of the ominous objects she holds.

In Jean Cocteau's retelling of the Oedipus legend, The Infernal Machine, the Sphinx tells Oedipus the answer to the riddle, to kill herself so that she did not have to kill anymore, and also to make him love her. He leaves without ever thanking her for giving him the answer to the riddle. The scene ends when the Sphinx and Anubis ascend back to the heavens.  There are mythic, anthropological, psychoanalytic and parodic interpretations of the Riddle of the Sphinx, and of Oedipus's answer to…

In Jean Cocteau's retelling of the Oedipus legend, The Infernal Machine, the Sphinx tells Oedipus the answer to the riddle, to kill herself so that she did not have to kill anymore, and also to make him love her. He leaves without ever thanking her for giving him the answer to the riddle. The scene ends when the Sphinx and Anubis ascend back to the heavens. There are mythic, anthropological, psychoanalytic and parodic interpretations of the Riddle of the Sphinx, and of Oedipus's answer to…