One of physicist's favorite things
What makes these people in motion significant, is the still symmetry (as discussed in my prior gallery) in the background.
Not only do I love the history behind this piece, but how everything is in motion. How we as people, never seems to stop and be in the moment.
I love how motion can be so many different things. This piece of work displaying how motion away can be heartbreaking.
On the flip side of Rembrandt Harmenszoon's piece "The Abduction of Europa", this is a motion, or act, of happiness. Dancing is motion for a feeling, generally happy.
I believe the color of this painting portrays the motion in which the people, horses, etc., are acting.
This piece displays how it can take just one, short, motion, to have an everlasting outcome.
This piece beautifully displays the reaction, motion, and emotion everyone went through during this historically tragic event.
Surikov displays how motion can STAND OUT. Instead of blend in with an environment.
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This user gallery has been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below, who have supplied the content.
Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium
Center for Jewish History
The J. Paul Getty Museum
The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
Altes Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
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