Source: Early engravings by Edward Hopper – sprightly life in black-and-white By Linus Fontrodona, posted in INVISIBLE FORMS Save Advertisements
[This is a posthumous post -as every other one published here by Arishej after August 13th, 2016-. It was published, almost exactly a year ago: 31st december 2015, on a social network, as a New Year’s greeting . It’s well worth a re-posting now when we are close to begin a new year.] There is… Continue reading It’s a Magical World indeed
It’s not Lothlórien, of course, and these are not Mellyrn-trees, and the model is not Galadriel, but this is a photo without tricks or hoax; the girl elvishly walked down the trunk, barefoot, in part with the aid of a flexible branch that she was handling. When I shot her here, she was some 2.70… Continue reading Stately walking down a tree, like an elf
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[This is a posthumous post –like every other one published here by Arishej after August 13th, 2016–. Partially it was posted on G+ months ago, and this is an extended version by me, adding a paragraph to the introduction, the work by B. Cellini and the Roman bas-relief.] – The myth of Leda and the… Continue reading The ardent acceptance of Leda – or maybe her rape
(Referred to the previous post about “Der Himmel über Berlin„, published yesterday, 24 December, on this blog. -Here- ) When editing and summarizing my sister’s notes about the film “Der Himmel über Berlin„, I misunderstood (in fact, missed to read) a couple of lines and attributed to the director, Wim Wenders, a harsh judgment that… Continue reading A hearted apology to Wim Wenders
[This is a posthumous post -as every other one published here by Arishej after 13-August, 2016. The drafts (there were two -put together now-) date from January 2016] . Wim Wenders’ “Der Himmel über Berlin„ (1987) [English version: “Wings of Desire”] is a film that I admire in spite of do not liking it much… Continue reading A bitter-sweet appraisal and some nice frames from “Der Himmel über Berlin„