I believe that my brain is compressed by all the information which I have to remember and it is literally going to explode. Everybody says that medicine or still law are difficult studies which ask for many to know. Add now to it the art history. If you knew all that I have to learn! Between the Greek art with names as “Thysia”, “Enagimos”, “Abaton”, temples (with the various architectures which have all a name), the Greek artists as Praxitele, Philias, the Greek authors, the Roman and Gallo-Roman art with the directions of thermal baths, apodithérium, palestre, tépidarium, destrictarium, laconium, caladarium, etc., to know the statues, the fact that they are copies of Greek originales, etc. Besides, to tell you to everything, the Greek and Roman art do not fascinate me so much..
And then there is medieval art (that I prefer by far!), Roman and Gothic. With all these religious buildings, classified according to their region, the ornamentations of tops, eardrums, their characteristic, église halle, basilican plan, ambulatory with radiating chapels, dome, triforium, arcs, etc. But you also have paintings (which includes illuminations) and sculptures.
The most difficult with all this information it’s because it’s not a question of names, of dates or still of places to be learnt by heart. It’s necessary to be able to recognize them. Take for example the crucifixion of the Duccio’s Maesta and of the polyptych Orsini of Martini. We are not so far, fortunately that Marie Madeleine allows me to make the difference. And there are so many other examples they count probably in thousands.
From all this information, having known them, having recognized them, it’s necessary to analyze them. Why for example are these two paintings of crucifixion so close? To give you an example, my subject of Roman medieval art of Thursday was ” The Romanic sculpture in the XIth and XIIth centuries “. Go hup, you have two hours. But I don’t complain, far from there. Days, that makes me crazy, nevertheless, I sincerely think of loving that, to such a point that there are days I hate. Nothing is ever very simple with me.
Here is a small personal bracket, I return to my books with this too too good golden breakfast!
For the bowl
1 pot soy yoghurt
2 tbsp almond milk
1 tbsp raspberries and chia seeds overnigh
1 tsp goji berries
2 tbsp pomegranate
To make this bowl, mix the soy yoghurt and the almond milk, overturn into a bowl. Add the tablespoon of overnight.
Over, put down slices of banana, goji berries and the pomegranate.