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Original painting is acrylic on canvas25 × 20 cmOriginal was sold at Art Sydney 09.
music, classical music, beetovan, dress, keyboard, pianist, piano, piano sonata, red dress, woman, midori, midori furze
Midori Furze is a Japanese-born Sydney based contemporary artist.www.midorifurze.com
love the motion!! =Dand i just love the way the red and blue compliment each other perfectly.. n_n
Thank you very very veeeeeeeeeeeeery much fa!!
– Midori Furze
oh i love the ruby rich reds and the keyboard having a life of it’s own here, wonderful !…i wish i could read music …. is the A minor significant or symbolic perhaps?
Completely inspirational!I have one painting called “Spring in E major”
Wow, the longest piano i have ever seen!!
: )))It is about 20 minutes long.
Gorgeous. Great colour palette and sense of movement, very flowing and musical.
Thank you sooooooooooo much, Carmen!!
Oh, then he is playing Chopin or Philip Glass?
Hi, Ronald!I was listening to Beethoven’s piano sonata when I started this painting. It is called “Appassionata”. ( No.23 Op57 )It is in F minor. : )))))Beethoven is cool!!He rocks you!This piece was soooooooooooo different than any other music that time, you were not allowed to perform in front of the young ladies!!
I love how the piano is wrapping around her, she’s fully part of the music, enmeshed within it. She’s now a part of it, and it’s a part of her. The red is beautiful, like rich red velvet and contrasts nicely with the blue. The greys add to the winter tone and give contrast to both primaries.
The pianist could be seen as saturnine – but I prefer to think of him as impassioned. He is totally within the music that he even ignores the woman. The music is all. Everything else is of lesser consequence.
Hi, Cailean!!Love to read your comment.You are amazing!Thank you sooooooooooooooooooooooooo much!!
A brilliant work of art!
Thank you very very much, Jean!!!
these are fantastic winter colours, great title!
Thank you sparklehen!!!!
fabulous! wonderful idea~*
Hi, girlinthestars!Thank you for your comment!!!
Thank you sooooooooooooo much, Sorina!!