Licensing: Project Silhouettes N6 "L'AIR DU BONHEUR"- Oil on Canvas

Licensing: Project Silhouettes N6 "L'AIR DU BONHEUR"- Oil on Canvas

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This painting is a profound representation of the sixth act of the painted opera entitled "Breaking the Rules to Cadence Zero". The artist has employed a refined and philosophical approach to convey a deep message about the nature of human experience.

The candied pink and blue palette creates a childlike and innocent atmosphere, which belies the underlying message of the painting. The depiction of a transparent pink ballerina point shoe, with its bones visible through the skin, represents the human body and the fragility of our existence. The pain and suffering that the ballerina endures to succeed serves as a metaphor for the struggles and sacrifices that we all face in our pursuit of happiness.

Through this painting, the artist explores the idea of the human condition as a form of slavery to our passions and desires. The ballerina represents the beauty and tragedy of life, and her struggle serves as a reminder of the complex and often paradoxical nature of our existence.

The painting challenges the viewer to confront their own mortality and the fragility of life, urging them to embrace the struggles and sacrifices that are necessary to achieve true happiness and fulfillment. In this way, the painting serves as a profound meditation on the human experience, inviting the viewer to contemplate the complexities and contradictions of life and to find meaning and purpose in the face of adversity.

Overall, "Breaking the Rules to Cadence Zero" is a masterpiece of philosophical art, revealing the depth and complexity of the human condition through a sophisticated and nuanced approach. The painting encourages us to embrace the struggles and challenges of life, recognizing them as a necessary part of our journey toward self-discovery and enlightenment.

Medium: Oil Painting on Canvas

Size: 160 cm x 540 cm - 86,400 cm2  Square Centimetres

60" x 216" = 12,900 Square Inch

Year: 2022

Artist: Marianne Nems 

Lot# 4601_1

Not Framed 

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