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painting art and song

Von Sarasvati am 06 Apr 2019 erstellt | Zuletzt von Sarasvati am 27 Apr 2019 bearbeitet

Déclaration d'amour pour Marie Laurencin
avec qui Apollinaire a entretenu une relation de 1907 à 1912

Übersetzungen:  Spanisch Englisch Polnisch 1 more

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Eyes

Songfacts:
"This ballad is one of the songs that Lana Del Rey sings and co-wrote for the Tim Burton movie Big Eyes.
Big Eyes focuses on artist Margaret Keane. The American's 1950s and '60s paintings of big-eyed children were sold under the name of her then-husband, Walter, who claimed credit for Margaret's work."
She won a court battle where a wise judge proposed they each paint in front of the judge and jury.

Songfacts:
Van Gogh's "Empty Chair," an inspiration for the song.

Übersetzungen:  Italienisch Deutsch

Diego Rivera

Übersetzungen:  Italienisch Französisch

The whole album "Songs for Drella" is about Andy Warhol

Übersetzungen:  Deutsch
Kommentare
BreezyDayBreezyDay    Fr, 12/04/2019 - 21:15

Not sure if someone would find inspiration and want to add one of these songs to LT (or maybe some are already on LT): https://news.artnet.com/art-world/music-for-art-lovers-548078

from the list above: Mona Lisa (Nat King Cole) https://lyricstranslate.com/en/Nat-King-Cole-Mona-Lisa-lyrics.html

Not sure if Shakira's Te Aviso Te Anuncio fits, if not, no worries. It's not actually about the Mona Lisa. She compares herself in the chorus to the Mona Lisa, "without crying, without smile" https://lyricstranslate.com/en/te-aviso-te-anuncio-im-warning-you-im-tel...

popular music inspired by frida kahlo https://www.efe.com/efe/english/corporate/popular-music-inspired-frida-k...

BreezyDayBreezyDay    Sa, 13/04/2019 - 12:47

This is the first time I've heard of or listened to it!

BlackSea4everBlackSea4ever    Do, 18/04/2019 - 17:27

https://lyricstranslate.com/en/lana-del-rey-big-eyes-lyrics
Songfacts:
"This ballad is one of the songs that Lana Del Rey sings and co-wrote for the Tim Burton movie Big Eyes.
Big Eyes focuses on artist Margaret Keane. The American's 1950s and '60s paintings of big-eyed children were sold under the name of her then-husband, Walter, who claimed credit for Margaret's work."
She won a court battle where a wise judge proposed they each paint in front of the judge and jury.