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Research and Reviews on Healthcare: Open Access Journal

Case Report(ISSN: 2637-6679)

A Singular Case - Report in Art Volume 6 - Issue 3

Francesco Carelli*

  • University of Milan

Received:May 11, 2021   Published:June 02, 2021

Corresponding author:Francesco Carelli, University of Milan, Italy.

DOI: 10.32474/RRHOAJ.2021.06.000240

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Richard Gerstl ( 1883 - 1908 ) painted “ Semi Nude Self-Portrait in 1905; he painted “ Nude Self - Portrait with Palette” on 12th September 1908, two days before his 25th birthday and two months before his suicide on the 4th of November. Only three years and a whole world apart. In the first painting, the artist’s body seems to convey an important message to the world, the blue colour bordening the painter’s upper torso is lightened and produces an aura, not portraying himself in his studio but instead elevate himself to the status of a near messianic figure. Art as replacement of religion, where the artist can be regarded as the creator of an independent world. The painter seems to be looking through the observer and losing himself esoterically in the distance.

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