オフィーリア テートブリテン [Link]Millais Ophelia Tate Britain



宮崎(宮崎駿)さんが最近おとずれて衝撃をうけ
「驚嘆すべき時間だった」とおっしゃっていたTate Britain
ラファエル前派の展示会。そのうちの一枚。オフィーリア。
イギリスに来たらぜひみたいと思っていたら26日からまた公開するようなのでメモ。
 Millais exhibition
 日程:2007年09月26日~2008年01月13日
 時間:10.00~17.40 (last admission 17.00)
 場所:Tate Britain
 休館:2007年12月24~26日
 > Ophelia will be included in the Tate Britain Millais exhibition
 > from 26 September 2007-13 January 2008. The exhibition travels to
 > Amsterdam and Japan. Use this site to find out everything
 > you’ve ever wanted to know about the most popular painting at Tate Britain.
 Introduction
 > Ophelia was part of the original Henry Tate Gift in 1894 and
 > remains one of the most popular Pre-Raphaelite works in the Tate’s collection.
 > Shakespeare was a frequent source of inspiration for Victorian painters.
 > Millais’s image of the tragic death of Ophelia,
 > as she falls into the stream and drowns,
 > is one of the best-known illustrations from Shakespeare’s play Hamlet.
 > John Everett Millais, William Holman Hunt and Dante Gabriel Rossetti
 > were the founding members of a group of artists called the Pre-Raphaelites
 > formed in 1848. They rejected the art of the Renaissance in favour of
 > art before Raphael, Michelangelo and Leonardo (15-16 centuries).
 > The Pre-Raphaelites focused on serious and significant subjects
 > and were best known for painting subjects from modern life and
 > literature often using historical costumes.
 > They painted directly from nature itself, as truthfully as possible and
 > with incredible attention to detail. They were inspired by the advice
 > of John Ruskin, the English critic and art theorist in Modern Painters (1843-60).
 > He encouraged artists to ‘go to Nature
 > in all singleness of heart.rejecting nothing,
 > selecting nothing, and scorning nothing.’
 > The Pre-Raphaelites developed techniques to exploit
 > the luminosity of pure colour and define forms
 > in their quest for achieving ‘truth to nature’.
 > They strongly believed that respectable divine art could
 > only be achieved if the artist focused on the truth
 > and what was real in the natural world.
参考:
宮崎駿 創作の秘密 NHK プロフェッショナル仕事の流儀 (sakana no makimono) [Link]
Tate | Work In Focus: Millais’s Ophelia [Link]
CGFA- Millais: Ophelia [Link]
j0hn’s fotolife – Millais – Ophelia [Link]


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