Tuesday, January 21, 2014


As with all the 1800's paintings of Venice to the point that the Grand Canal looks too familiar, the early photographs also resonate a contemplative artistic point of view treasured by great artists. Photographs of the interiors of churches, frescoes, paintings and sculptures were also taken in abundance. Premise this photographic record is a continued interesting art project and a detailed renewed view of the current philosophy of this period of time. The personal view of an individual artist viewed and photographed by another artist gives a special equation for view. Artists taking photographs of their own artworks, for example, Brancusi, have also contributed an interior view and a different equation of the light in the soul or God.