Painting from French museum

Exhibition Baselitz

The Baselitz exhibition that I visited was a representation of war. Most of the paintings were upside down, this exposition is reallyha rd to look at because paintings are upside down and tell the story of Choas.

The gesture of a little boy trapped.

This is one of my favorite paintings, two people are like Adam and Eve.

The shades of dark colors and shapes make the painting even more accurate.

The representations are as natural as the trees themselves, and each head of the sculpture is a design and telling the story of social disorder.

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