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Author Topic: "The Ecstasy of St. Teresa Explained by the Mathematical Reconstruction of Gustave Courbet's Origin of the World"  (Read 464 times)
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« on: June 07, 2014, 10:45:18 PM »

"The Ecstasy of St. Teresa Explained by the Mathematical Reconstruction of Gustave Courbet's Origin of the World"



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"The Ecstasy of St. Teresa Explained by the Mathematical Reconstruction of Gustave Courbet's Origin of the World"
Oil on Canvas 20”x20”
6/7/2014

My latest painting, based on two fractals, depicts as its title states, Bernini’s magnificent Ecstasy of St Teresa,, but delves under her robes to find Courbet’s “Origin of the World”, in the throws of orgasm. The Waves of orgasm link the fleshy world of “The Origin” to the lofty miracle in marble of Bernini with all the pink and crème rivulets an orgasm can produce.

For a complete write up and background please visit the paintings page here
http://www.louismarkoya.com/#!st-teresa/cg6s

For a larger version click here
http://www.louismarkoya.com/#!The-Ecstacy-of-St-Teresa/zoom/c1n0f/image90h

Visit and look at all the inspired art at
www.louismarkoya.com



I would like to thank Hal Tenny for the parameters that eventually became the Mathematical Reconstruction
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