Eu só preciso de pessoas na minha vida que me respeitem, que goste de mim como eu sou, que queiram a minha presença por causa de mim mesma, que me trate como gente, que entenda o meus sentimentos. Eu sou preciso de pessoas assim como vc . Ao contrário disso eu quero distância.
I met so many amazing people this weekend but these two are standouts. This is Ava and Emma Blaser. Ava was diagnosed with stage 5 Bilateral Wilms tumor when she was 3, had her whole left kidney and part of her right removed, underwent countless chemotherapy and radiation sessions until she was named cancer free. It remained that way until 6 years later when she was told her cancer had returned in that remaining part of her kidney. Now she is fighting once again and attended curefest just days after receiving her last chemo!! This girl and her older sister are AMAZING dancers and so inspiring to all who have seen them. Keep doing what you’re doing, you two are so strong!
17376 days ago
⚫Title: Poppy Field near Vétheuil
⚫Artist: Claude Monet
⚫Dimension: 73 cm x 92 cm
⚫Medium: Oil on canvas
⚫Location: Stiftung Sammlung E. G. Bührle (Zurich)
⚫Description: It is a painting belonging to the figurative pictorial movement called Impressionism.
The painting was stolen and then found at the beginning of 2008 from a museum in Zurich (Bührle Collection); before being bought in the 1940s by the Bürhle family it was owned by a Jewish merchant. Today the heirs of the merchant would like to return the work claiming that this painting was never sold legally.
In this painting we can admire three young women gathering red poppies from the small French commune, Vetheuil, located in the north of France, which is the background to the scene. First of all, we can see that the large-scale, quick-cut strokes of Monet refer to the Impressionist technique a lot, leading us to a level of abstraction. He tries to mix colors, fading the edges, giving us a feeling of freshness and vivacity, given by the red of the poppies tapped on the mantle of green grass. The picture, however, appears divided in two: the field of poppies seems almost estranged from the village, using totally different colors. The village in fact has bluish, dark, dark shades, totally different from the shades used in the portion of the painting that represents the poppies.
In the multiple paintings of Monet, nature is a great protagonist. An example is the numerous paintings that see the depiction of water lilies, almost in an obsessive way on the part of the painter. In this context Monet, although not the only painting dedicated to poppies, is of great importance the human element. Monet, in fact, represents also human life, or the three young women who catch the red flowers. The picture seems almost half-divided, in which we can see the French village in the background, almost detached from the landscape that is presented to us in the foreground.