As you might expect, Kevin L. O'Brien is fascinated by heroic fantasy and sword and sorcery women characters, especially female warriors. After all, he created one for his own stories, and what could be more appropriate for the official site of Medb hErenn than to decorate it with heroic fantasy artwork of her martial sisters?
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This article was previously published in Global Affairs Review. They wear Doc Martens on their feet and delicate flower wreaths-vinoks- on their heads. They are FEMEN activists, who — strong, unyielding, beautiful — protest against patriarchy, authoritarianism, religious intolerance, and the exploitation, control and subjugation of the female body.
Drawing is one of the first skills children pick up and one of their first experiences in acceptance and recognition. Instantly the refrigerator door becomes their gallery - a place to show off their latest masterpiece as new pieces are added daily. It's as if the refrigerator was created just for that purpose.
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The development and eventual dominance of Christianity in late antiquity profoundly changed the needs of patrons and the output of artists. Unlike paganism, Christianity required no images of naked divinities, and new attitudes cast doubt and opprobrium on nude athleticspublic bathing, and the very value of the human body. The early Christian emphasis on chastity and celibacy further discounted depictions of nakedness.
T he time is right for Picasso's late paintings. More than 10 years have now passed since the death of an artist who often seemed too much with us. In addition, because of the Neo-Expressionist style that is unthinkable without late Picasso, we are now accustomed to seemingly clumsy figures and an apparently crude use of paint. Looking now at Picasso's quirky late paintings, where paint seems not so much to have been applied as rubbed or scribbled on the canvas, it is hard to remember that just three years ago the same paintings were, for many people, an anathema.
There is a tragic pathos to this mighty sculpture of a dying hero from a temple on the Greek island of Aegina. Tragedy is a Greek concept. The tragedies of Sophocles, Euripides and Aeschylus are still performed.