Una vida en colores | A life in colors

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    ¿Qué es lo que siente un pintor en el momento de comenzar su pintura? Seguramente sea algo así como rellenar un vacío, un hueco. Al fin y al cabo, los vacíos no son más que espacios para rellenar, donde expresar, donde completar. Se parte de la nada, y se llega a un todo, que representa la realidad que el pintor nos ofrece. Pero, nunca es la realidad misma, aparte de que, ... ¿qué es la realidad? Lo que vemos es la visión que la persona tiene, y su toque personal, puesto que no sólo es la pintura, sino lo que hay detrás.

    El pintor de la foto es Murillo, en un monumento que tiene en Madrid.

    Dedico esta foto a todos los que pintan, como profesionales o como aficionados.

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    What does a painter feel at the moment of starting his painting? Probably it is something like filling vacuum, emptiness. After all, a vacuum isn't anything else but a space to be filled in, where to express and to complete. It starts with nothing, and it ends in an everything, that represents reality that painter is offering us. But, it's never reality itself and besides, ... what is reality? What we see is the vision that the person has got, and his personal touch, as it is not only the painting, but what lies behind.

    The painter of the photograph is Murillo, in a monument that stands in Madrid.

    I dedicate this photograph to everyone who paints, as professionals or as amateurs.

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    1. *Nargiz 48 months ago | reply

      you are right! Se parte de la nada :-)
      another great HDR work. The reason I am here is that we reviewed HDR processing at school amd I of course could not not mention about greatest artist of HDR images such as you!!

    2. Encarna Boada 48 months ago | reply

      "no sólo es la pintura, sino lo que hay detrás."

      Espléndida reflexión y un rincón de Madrid que no conozco.
      Un abrazo Víctor ;)

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