As #iLoreley’s readers already knows, #iLoreley is pretty famous for patterns recognition and since she has decided to stop using this ability in certain fields, she is sharing with you some of the famous painters patterns that she has depicted from their paintings while traveling and visiting museums and theirs biographies.
I will only share some painters patterns and only partially so my post will be like an invitation to you to do the same: visit museums, read a bit about the artists and make your own impression on them. Why to do that? Not because I was shocked to see how empty the museums are, but because it is good for you, because all the studies are showing that art is healing you and if so, why not saving money for the museum instead of going to the therapist to tell you that?! If you need a therapist go ahead but if you need something new, something that is no longer making your life full of joy and passion you can always skip the therapist, read on the internet and do whatever is new to you by saving including from this culture of getting you inside of one cabinet when you actually should be out in the sun (which will give you more happiness inside your body than any therapist) or in the rain (of which no therapist ever wrote nor studied but me 🙂 that the rain is keeping people more aware so the social pressure is lower on your shoulders) and enjoy whatever activity you love or you would love to. And if the rain ever bothers you again think to this post and watch Singing in the rain scene. Got it?!
Coming back to art: Go visit museums, go visit new places, be out and about, no mater how the weather it is!
One of my favorite painters (Italian polymath whose areas of interest included invention, painting, sculpting, architecture, science, music, mathematics) is Leonardo Da Vinci. After reading about his so called incapacity of finishing the works within a deadline and seeing his works (a part of them, France and Italy) I realized that his most powerful pattern was of a Perfectionist who is studying so much before is doing something that is almost never on time, but also when you are looking to one of his works you discover that you are just stunned in front of it, there are only few words you can say in front of his works, actually he was that good that no one even criticized his work but he sent us by his perfection directly to questioning the meaning of what he put on it! And that is something so rare, that worth all his works and our future generations to comprise it!
Quiz: Is the paint from the featured photo of the post one of Leonardo Da Vinci ‘s works?
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