Naos Art Vicat Symphonica in Zo major

Published on 2022-05-26 by Eric Bourdon | Comment
Category(ies) : Analysis, Painting  


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Naos Art Vicat Symphonica in Zo major with accompaniment in Ga minor at the piano bar without piano by a magpie-tailed bunny on a score of monothematic essence to which changing moods and tempos give a rhapsodic allure with a tropical scent.
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Original acrylic painting on linen canvas
Size : 25.59 x 18.11” / 65 x 46 cm

© Gallery of painter Eric Bourdon
Lille, France, 2021



     Eric Bourdon’s acrylic painting on canvas titled “Naos Art Vicat Symphonica in Zo major” expresses the ineffable which must absolutely find expression in one medium or another and which, in fact, can only do so in art, since it is established that doing metaphysics, ethics and aesthetics in ordinary language produces only nonsense.


     The impression that a painting like “Naos Art Vicat Symphonica in Zo major with accompaniment in Ga minor at the piano bar without piano by a magpie-tailed bunny on a score of monothematic essence to which changing moods and tempos give a rhapsodic allure with a tropical scent” gives us – just like a certain verse or a certain measure in music – of being indescribable, or the impression that I cannot describe or formulate “what a work tells me,” a musical composition, the contemplation of a painting, the aroma of coffee, are situations where we can experience the feeling that we are unable to describe our experience, being this time an experience as specific as an aesthetic impression. “There is a tendency,” wrote the logician Ludwig Wittgenstein, “to become fundamentally dissatisfied with language.”







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