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قديم 22-04-2011, 03:00 PM   #55
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رد: مرآجعـة للميدتيــرم 2011 - A123b


اقتباس:
المشاركة الأصلية كتبت بواسطة tahooma مشاهدة المشاركة
طيب ممكن احد يشرح لي العلاقة السياسية بين لوحة 39 والحالة السياسية التي اثرت على الرسام ديفيد حفظه الله
لم استوعب من الكتاب الكلام داخل ببعضه والكلمات صعبة ممكن شرح مبسط لو سمحتم عن العلاقة السياسية والتريخية كمان


David created The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons, the Roman leader, grieving for his sons. Brutus's sons had attempted to overthrow the government and restore the monarchy, so the father ordered their death to maintain the republic. Thus, Brutus was the heroic defender of the republic, at the cost of his own family
The main character, Brutus, is placed in the extreme left, plunged into deep shadow. His body is tense ( not relaxed) and uncomfortable as he thinks hard over the consequences of his act. He holds the death warrant in his left hand and clenches his feet one across the other. On the right hand side of the painting we see the inconsolable women, crying and in grief for what has happened. These women are well lit by a source of light that is focussed on them. The grief and suffering is well-lit or brightly illuminated .The spotlight effect on the suffering female figures is very noticeable. Even the vanishing point of the perspective lines meet around the head of the mother-again taking the viewer’s attention to the suffering. The painting has a wide tonal range from very dark on the left to very bright on the right. Light and shade, the folds of the drapery, the shadows on the hands serve to show the three-dimensional effect of depth and volume. This technique is often used by David to bring the viewers attention to the sufferings some people are prepared to endure all because of their love and loyalty to their state. Colours are brighter on the right hand side, ranging from bright reds and oranges offset by white, of the women, table-cloth and empty chair. Colours are repeated on both sides.
The mother and her two daughters are in extreme, intense pain suffering the loss of their sons and brothers. These three figures are in a tightly knit group, roughly triangular in outline. Their poses, expressions, gestures shows their awareness of this tragic event. In the dark sits the ‘hero.’ His features are harsh and he contains his pain bravely. He sits in the shadow of the Roma, the symbol of the state to which this sacrifice is made. Once again, the entire event looks like a stage or theatrical scene. Pictorial space is thus limited and cut off by the background columns . The column in the middle ground seems to separate the painting into the dark section and the illuminated section. The colours again are essentially flesh tones, tonal variations of browns, grays, and an economical use of reds and blues. These colures are somber and serve to heighten the grief. Again David chose the most dramatic and intense moment when the dead bodies are just being returned to the family and captures their spontaneous reactions.
The expressions on those faces are so revealing. Men keep on serious expressions of determination and loyalty as contrasted to the ladies and children who seem to be weeping, sad and very worried. Men are majestic and as strong as the arches in the background while the women are more worried that their husbands may not return alive.
The background darkness also adds to the seriousness of the event.
This painting certainly served to promote the spirit of loyalty, the rejection of selfishness and spread unity so that more men will be prepared to fight for their state. It gives a clear and precise message in visual terms. This source was perhaps more effective than
Rousseau’s writings to those who were illiterate
.


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