LT poets on art
Glorious painting and poem
Wonderful work inspired by Hokusai painting
Accompanied by Julian Lloyd Webber plays Song of the Seashore by Narita
Alternate beautiful music choice suggested by [@sandring]
Amazing dedication to Lithuanian composer and artist M.K.Ciurlionis
Here, kudos to the author of 无应答 and translator, a wonderful poem.
Painting Lovers on the bridge by Hakubaikou
I'm unfortunately in the dark as to the music selection, but hope those who view this work, will leave me a note.
Profound poem, translation, painting, and music.
Painting Dresden in Moonlight by John Dahl https://nga.gov.au/exhibition/turnertomonet/detail.cfm?IRN=172786&ViewID=2
J.K. Mertz - Trois Nocturnes Op. 4 - Michael Bemmels, Guitar
Thanks to the author, inspiration came from the sadly lost, possibly destroyed, Van Gogh's self portrait Painter on His Way to Work:
and music by Don McLean
Music invisible Love - Richard Clayderman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6Cse38Y7EI
Painting August Macke Studie zu einem Porträt seiner Frau, 1913 https://2019.artcologne-katalog.koelnmesse.online/catalogue/site/dealer?...
It isn't listed in https://www.augustmacke.org/the-complete-works.html?q=&ps=96&pageno=3 so we aren't vouching its authenticity just beauty
"Leighton's magnum opus"
Accompanied by Bach's Adagio
Music of Beethoven is the perfect accompaniment to the painting by Van Gogh The Old Tower in the Fields https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:Van_Gogh_-_Der_alte_Friedhofsturm_...
Poem and translation are deeply moving.
Poem, music, and painting play as a scene from a movie.
Music Passion by Romane
Painting SEA ZEN OF TRANQUILITY by Jay Alders.
Painting Seppuku by Pejac
Today, I better understand this poem, so I'm sharing author's take:
" Japanese tradition is not based on suicide, but on honor and purity. If someone committed meanness and lost honor, he can return it through seppuku instead of being executed with shame. Modern society is more hymn to the criminal than to the victim, so too many vile people continue to live and create their meanness. Therefore, although the traditions of Japan, the Caucasus or other similar old cultures seem too brutal to us, they still have a certain meaning. Of course, my song does not call for suicide, but only describes seppuku in a historical context and rather in an ironic manner using the popular Russian song."
Painting: Viktor Oliva https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Absinthe_Drinker_by_Viktor...
Music: Elena Vayenga Abstinthe
great inspiration associated author of the translation with the painting... Way before my collection idea. Thanks!
Poet's inspiration and dedication to Tove Marika Janssen, writer and painter https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tove_Jansson
Song choices shared by the poet
Dedicated to our friend, M, is this humorous poem, adorable painting, and wonderful music
Painting by Brad Smith http://www.bradsmithgallery.com/whitecat
Music Mancini - It Had Better Be Tonight
If you need an extra smile
Continuing our turn from the paintings to sculpture,
An interesting conversation between the poet and the monument. I was struck by the final verse below because I spoke to the fountains and sculptures myself:
Давно ты стал русским, Геракл, приятель, учитель, сосед.
Всегда ты поддержишь средь мрака, мой друг для душевных бесед!
Enigmatic poem accompanied by the marvelous music and paintings.
the bog - who better at it than Irish? Connor Murphy - Charles Fort Kinsale
Michelangelo - Creation of Adam
Purple painting at the end is by Lev Mezhberg
Music: Respighi - Poema Autunnale