"The Human Condition I" Painting Analysis
The drastic use of color has been used to depict the mood of the subject, with greens and intense reds contributing In the "Human Condition I," surrealism is employed to pit reality against its representation to see how closely they match up. The painting of a seaside landscape is placed before the door that opens up onto the landscape and the two appear to line up perfectly, except for the nagging suspicion that the so-called reality against which we measure the painted representation is nothing but a representation itself.
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