Sunday, December 4

Homage to Alexei von Jawlensky by Rhonda Heisler






Alexei von Jawlensky was a Russian that after working for the tsarists army started to study painting.

He moved to Germany in 1896 where he met Kandinsky and other artists. He received the influence of the Fauves and also contributed by creating his own style.

This is a piece done by Rhonda Heisler, who recreates some famous masterpieces in mosaics such as this one inspired by a 1913 Jawlensky's painting "The Meditating Woman".
I really liked this homage.

3 comments:

cookingvarieties said...

Hi Ana, yes, i really like this too and i like the title of the art pieceblitop, come share my foodie joke post...have a nice day

Balqis said...

It's really a masterpiece.

Missy said...

I like it :-)