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Rose integrates his images in their natural environment and observes the rules of the golden cut, as did André Le Nôtre, who did with his Baroque gardens. To this end he studied among others Alberti and Bramante, the grandmasters of pure relationships in the Renaissance. This brings about an interaction between the image and its natural entourage, which makes the images better reflected in space. By his assignment for the statues in the Verhildersum sculpture garden, he also developed into a landscaper, specialized in geometry in relation to the human size of the environment. Because Roos often uses spherical shells, the bottom of the images is also important because the 'restroom' becomes visible. He distinguishes himself from, for example, Rodin, whose images make a more striking impression.

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The Kiss of Death, (El Petó de la Mort) in Catalan is a marble sculpture, found in the cemetery of Poblenou in Barcelona.

The sculpture of The Kiss of Death, is undoubtedly the most well-known and outstanding composition of the cemetery.

It is believed that the sculpture was created by Jaume Barba, although others say the idea was conceived by Joan Fontbernat.

The order was made to the workshop of Jaume Barba, who was always awarded the creation of the sculpture, but since the teacher was 70 years old when it was made, it seems more accurate the version of the work was made by Joan Fontbernal that was Son-in-law of the most qualified teacher and sculptor of the workshop, although the back of the ribs of the sculpture that has a striking realism is also attributed to Artemi Barba.

The sculpture depicts death, in the shape of a winged skeleton, planting a kiss on the forehead of a handsome young man. The sculpture evokes different responses to the people who see it: it is the ecstasy in the face of the young person or the renunciation of life.

The eroticism of the kiss is difficult to disguise, the sculpture shows welcome to death as a partner. The sculpture is both romantic and terrible, which leads to the different points of view of the people who see it. That attracts and repels at the same time, the need to play combines with the desire to flee.

The sculpture is on the stonework of textile entrepreneur Josep Llaudet Soler.

The walk through the Cemetary Cemetery, about 100 years of history of the funeral area of ​​the city, from its creation in 1775 to 1888, year of the Universal Exhibition held in Barcelona. The cemetery offers a sample of works from different periods and styles of some of the most important architects and sculptors of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and personal anecdotes, testimonies of the rich fabric of connections between the city and the cemetery.

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Enrique Guerra (1871-1943) comes to close the circle of great Mexican sculptors of the 19th century of the Old Academy of San Carlos, composed by: Fidencio Nava, Agustín Ocampo, Felipe Sojo, Juan Bellido, Martin Soriano, Felipe Vallero, Gabriel Guerra , Jesús Contreras, Arnulfo Domínguez Bello and José Tovar.

Enrique Guerra was born in the city of Xalapa, Veracruz, on November 8, 1871 and died in Mexico City on February 3, 1943. Actually a couple of years younger than his contemporary Fidencio Nava (1869-1938) And a younger generation than the jalapeño Arnulfo Domínguez Bello (1886-1948), Enrique Guerra was the son of a well-known talabartero of the district of Techacapa, where he was altar boy in the church of San Jorge. From an early age, Guerra appeared as an amateur in the art of embossing, soon working as head of a saddlery workshop, where he performed embossed and ornamental works.

He is a graduate of the state of Veracruz, governed by the governor Teodoro A. Dehesa. He studied high school and was distinguished by the professor of painting Catuccilo, who allowed him to enter in 1893 as a student of art of sculptress at the ENBA, with a scholarship from the government Of his home state, for the 6 years of the race. In the Academy he is a pupil of the Italian artist Enrique Antonio Alciati, a classical scholar who is in charge of directing him and with whom also studied the other two jalapeños of the group: Fidencio Nava and Arnulfo Domínguez Bello - wishing the Catalan artist Alberto Fabrés the artists Goitia, Diego Rivera, Alberto Garduño, De la Torre and Saturnino Herrán.

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Eddy Roos (Amsterdam, January 13, 1949) is a Dutch designer and sculptor. He also choreographed 42 dance films and designed visual gardens.

He was called Roos from his stepfather on his fourteenth birthday. Before that he carried the surname Kuisters of his mother. His native father was of French origin and was called Papôt. He studied sculpture at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam, where he had a lecture from, among others, Prof. Paul Grégoire and Prof. Piet Esser. Roos is an admirer of Michelangelo, Maillol, Donatello and Phidias. He taught at The Classical Academy of Sculpture in Groningen and has held his own master classes since 2015.

After his studies, Eddy Roos worked for Italy for one and a half years with the sculptor Giacomo Manzù. He holds a workshop in Amsterdam-Noord and Uithuizen. Rose can be considered as a member of the 3rd generation of the Figurative Abstraction Group, shortly 'The Group'. #kiss💋 #kissintheart #greatkiss #greatartist #greatsculpture #kissSculpture #sculpture #DutchSculptor #Netherlands #Holland #Amsterdam #EddyRoos #thekissinthefinearts

Roos sketches the movements of dance ears which he then captures in bronze, to eventually come to a dynamic image. He immortals his living models in various positions: such as floating, dancing, squatting and lying. The movement in his images he has in common with, for example, Kees Verkade. Roos himself calls his work "astonished movement". His images and drawings meet the figurative tradition in terms of the standards of the golden cut, as in the style of 'The Group'. His images are dynamic, almost floating. In addition, they all display a typical arc of arc, an arabic. These are three of the characteristics of his work, in which the lessons of his teacher Paul Grégoire are recognized. From his other teacher Giacomo Manzù, he seems to have undergone the abundant mix of enchantment, serenity and form.

His images are predominantly women, even couples of women. This to avoid the man-woman tension and to not disturb, but even to emphasize, equality and serenity.

In the tradition of 'De Groep', Roos's work forms two-way cross-over, a form of mixing art: on the one hand, he combines figurative and abstract art and dance, drawing, music, film, sculpture and architecture. Essentially, he makes a small step to revise the figuration of looser abstraction and freedom.

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Rose integrates his images in their natural environment and observes the rules of the golden cut, as did André Le Nôtre, who did with his Baroque gardens. To this end he studied among others Alberti and Bramante, the grandmasters of pure relationships in the Renaissance. This brings about an interaction between the image and its natural entourage, which makes the images better reflected in space. By his assignment for the statues in the Verhildersum sculpture garden, he also developed into a landscaper, specialized in geometry in relation to the human size of the environment. Because Roos often uses spherical shells, the bottom of the images is also important because the 'restroom' becomes visible. He distinguishes himself from, for example, Rodin, whose images make a more striking impression.

#kiss💋 #kissintheart #greatkiss #greatartist #greatsculpture #kissSculpture #sculpture #DutchSculptor #Netherlands🇳🇱#Holland #Amsterdam #EddyRoos #thekissinthefinearts

Louise Joséphine Bourgeois (25 December 1911 – 31 May 2010)
She was a French-American artist. Best known for her large-scale sculpture and installation art, Bourgeois was also a prolific painter and printmaker. She explored a variety of themes over the course of her long career including domesticity and the family, sexuality and the body, as well as death and the subconscious. Although Bourgeois exhibited with the Abstract Expressionists and her work has much in common with Surrealism and Feminist art, she was not formally affiliated with a particular artistic movement.

Bourgeois was born on 25 December 1911 in Paris, France. She was the second child of three born to parents Josephine Fauriaux and Louis Bourgeois. She had an older sister and a younger brother. Her parents owned a gallery that dealt primarily in antique tapestries. A few years after her birth, her family moved out of Paris and set up a workshop for tapestry restoration below their apartment in Choisy-le-Roi, for which Bourgeois filled in the designs where they had become worn. The lower part of the tapestries were always damaged which was usually the characters’ feet and animals’ paws. Many of Bourgeois’ work have extremely fragile and frail feet which could be a result of the former.

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By 1924 her father, a tyrannical philanderer, was indulging in an extended affair with her English teacher and nanny. According to Bourgeois, her mother, Josephine, “an intelligent, patient and enduring, if not calculating, person,” was aware of her husband's infidelity, but found it easier to turn a blind eye. Bourgeois, an alert little girl, hoarded her memories in her diaries. As a result, she wished to execute manipulation in a similar manner; the medium became sculpture. Her father’s affair became the weapon in this revenge. Sculptures enables one to overcome the problem by displacing it; which finally allows the freedom to do what good manners forbade the child to do.

As a child, Bourgeois did not meet her father's expectations due to her lack of ability. Eventually, he came to adore her for her talent and spirit, but she continued to hate him for his explosive temper, domination of the household, and for teasing her in front of others.

In 1930, Bourgeois entered the Sorbonne to study mathematics and geometry, subjects that she valued for their stability, saying "I got peace of mind, only through the study of rules nobody could change." Her mother died in 1932, while Bourgeois was studying mathematics. Her mother's death inspired her to abandon mathematics and to begin studying art. Her father thought modern artists were wastrels and refused to support her. She continued to study art by joining classes where translators were needed for English-speaking students, in which those translators were not charged tuition. In one such class Fernand Léger saw her work and told her she was a sculptor, not a painter.

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Bourgeois graduated from the Sorbonne 1935, she began studying art in Paris, first at the École des Beaux-Arts and École du Louvre , and after 1932 in the independent academies of Montparnasse and Montmartre such as Académie Colarossi, Académie Ranson, Académie Julian, Académie de la Grande Chaumière and with André Lhote, Fernand Léger, Paul Colin and Cassandre. During the time in which she was enrolled at the École des Beaux-Arts, she turned to her father's infidelities for inspiration. She discovered her creative impulse in her childhood traumas and tensions.

Bourgeois had a desire for first-hand experience, and frequently visited studios in Paris, learning techniques from the artists and assisting with exhibitions.

Bourgeois briefly opened a print store beside her father's tapestry workshop. Her father helped her on the grounds that she had entered into a commerce-driven profession.

Bourgeois met her husband Robert Goldwater, an American art historian noted for his pioneering work in the field then referred to as primitive art, in 1938 at Bourgeois' print store. Goldwater had visited the store to purchase a selection of prints by Pablo Picasso, and "in between talks about surrealism and the latest trends, [they] got married." They emigrated to New York City the same year, where Goldwater resumed his career as professor of the arts at New York University Institute of Fine Arts, while Bourgeois attended the Art Students League of New York, studying painting under Vaclav Vytlacil, and also producing sculptures and prints. The first painting had a grid: the grid is a very peaceful thing because nothing can go wrong… everything is complete. There is no room for anxiety… everything has a place, everything is welcome.

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A New Zealander since 1987, French born Olivier Duhamel is a respected figurative sculptor. A prolific artist and regular exhibitor, Duhamel has acquired a masterful command of the figurative form. His bronze figurines and laminated sculptures have won awards and are held in many private and public collections, including the Wallace Arts Trust.

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After extensive travels in Europe , Africa and the South Pacific, the young Duhamel settles in New Zealand in 1987 and become a citizen in 1992. He now lives and works on Waiheke Island near Auckland from where he has spent the last 9 years establishing a bronze sculpture practice and a network of art galleries representing his work in New Zealand, in Australia and in Europe.

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