Realistic sensism Automatic translate
This direction is new in art, and in particular in painting. What is realistic sensism? This is a revolutionary new trend in painting, which is based on the spiritual and energy sense of what the master is trying to portray. The whole thing lies in the variability of all things and nature in general, something changes every second and every minute. Variability can be external or internal, but in addition, it happens at the energy level. These changes are not noticeable to the ordinary eye, they can only be felt subconsciously or understood, on a spiritual or energy level, during a close relationship with the outside world.
For example, a rather thick layer of oil paint is applied to the surface of the canvas, and after touching it after a while, we will notice that the surface of the paint does not get dirty. Does this mean that the paint has dried? Not. When pressing on the surface of the canvas with a solid object, you can notice that under the dried layer of paint there is another, but completely moist layer. Performing this operation after a longer period of time, you can notice that the paint has dried completely. It is logical to assume that for a long time the process of drying the paint on the canvas took place, but even after drying, the paint continued to live its own life, not noticeable externally.
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The same situation is observed if you look at old paintings, almost all the darkening of the paint layer is noticeable, larger or barely noticeable cracks, and in some places, peeling from the canvas is also noticeable. This only confirms the fact that how long a picture lasts, so much time the process of internal changes will constantly go on, and it will end only with the final decomposition of paint, canvas and any object of a completely different type.
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