With more mood swings than a bipolar crack-fiend going through menopause, Jason is a hard book to read.
This blog will keep you up to date with his mood and the workings of the world in general.

Monday, 4 October 2010

Is Jason Cranky on the Anniversary of Rembrandt's Death?

YES

Rembrandt. The pioneer. The titan.
With Shakespearean tenacity, the ideas and impact of his art transcend culture and time.


"His humanity is truly formidable, it is fatal like lament, love; change continues, indifferent and dramatic, between all that is born and all that dies. He follows our steps to death in the traces of blood which mark them. He does not pity us, he does not comfort us, because he is with us, because he is us. " - Élie Faure


Jason mourns today.

Jason's mood today in painting form: (Bathsheba at Her Bath, 1654, Oil on canvas)


33 comments:

  1. I love Rembrandt's paintings

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  2. This painting is just "too deep" for me to understand.

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  3. A very deep art form not always accepted but I find it deep.

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  4. i love this blog. haha great concept. following!

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  5. we need more of those true geniuses today

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  6. That painting looks amazing, wish I had that talent

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  7. I remember seeing this a few years ago.. amazing

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  8. Can you believe his paintings are more expensive than any other painter's?

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  9. @Flav
    I would believe it if it were true.

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  10. I dig the 3rd person speak haha
    Oh and uh... prost ;)

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  11. Rembrandt made great art !

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  12. I wish my mood was that of a crying naked lady.

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  13. Hhis art was pretty great, but most artists never get credit till their dead

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  14. This blog is really original man, and that's a really nice paining.

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  15. such a hero of the tiems =D

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  16. Not gonna lie, rembrandt was the man!

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  17. i've always been a fan of his art work

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