Guiseppe Arcimboldo and Philip Haas
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Guiseppe Arcimboldo and Philip Haas

Guiseppe Arcimboldo and Philip Haas

Captura de pantalla 2013-09-03 a la(s) 14.31.23
(1527-1593)

My visit to the Philip Haas installation at the Bronx Botanical Garden in New York has made me interested about the sixteenth century Italian painter.
He became the portraitist of the Habsburg court but he is remembered for his unique human heads made by assembling different fruits, vegetables, flowers, roots or objects like books.

Contemporary American artist, Philip Haas, has been inspired by Arcimboldo and shows us his legacy in three dimensions and in a colossal scale.

Worth a visit!!!

SPRING

spring

SUMMER

verano

AUTUMN

OTOÑO

WINTER

invierno

Besides Arcimboldo’s Four Season’s series, his “Reversible Heads” also deserve a picture.

THE COOK

the cook

THE GARDENER

THE GARDENER

BASKET OF FRUITS

basket of fruit

1 Comment
  • ramon

    September 4, 2013at17:19

    great post! whoever rcoemnded you this exhibit must have been an incredible friend ;-P

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