Female faces in Western Art…500 years


500 years of beauty in art, captured in a video accompanied by music.


12 thoughts on “Female faces in Western Art…500 years

  1. Reblogged this on Myths of the Mirror and commented:
    I love those graphics where faces morph into new faces. They highlight the great beauty and diversity of human features. In this short video, it’s the exquisite feminine face as seen through artists’ eyes over 500 years of western art. I couldn’t help but watch the way the artists captured the subtlety and beauty of emotion. I’m thrilled to reblog this piece from We Extraordinary Women. Enjoy.

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  2. Wow! This is very clever and I would love to know how long it took to compose. Very haunting, especially with the accompanying music and after a while it was as if the faces were staring into my soul. Thank you for sharing.

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    • Yes, it is clever. Not sure how it is composed, probably doesn’t take too long using using some animation software. The music by Bach as well as the pictures are gripping and soul stirring.
      Thank you for the comments!

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  3. Found my way here through Wallace’s reblog of this post! Splendid video….Cheers 🙂 Love the blog. Definitely going to follow it. Do visit my blog for some anecdotes from my mundane yet crazy life. Cheers 🙂

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