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Author Topic: Animated "The Infanta as Velazquez's Strange Attractor"  (Read 515 times)
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« on: September 25, 2015, 12:03:54 AM »

Animated "The Infanta as Velazquez's Strange Attractor"



http://www.fractalforums.com/index.php?action=gallery;sa=view;id=18262

The second fractal based oil brought to life by George Redhawk. Movement of the fractal elements brings everything this painting exposes to light. The strange attractor that Valazquez used to bring our focus around this painting always returns to the infanta, and with her animated fractal gown, it is all the clearer. Check out all of Georges amazing work on Google+ at google.com/+DarkAngel0ne
In1656 Valazquez painted his masterpiece “Las Meninas” Since that time it has been the subject of several books, countless articles and in depth study. Art history often cites the Baroque work as the most important painting ever made. Learn in the links below why the Infanta, repainted as a fractal, embodies the true magic of Valazquez’s work, and how the strange attractor, known throughout the world of physics and chaos theory, describes what the historians have struggled to do

See the work and full explanatory text and images here
http://www.louismarkoya.com/#!las-meninas/c1h1b

Check The Continuity and Evolution of Surrealist and Nuclear Mystical Art at;
www.louismarkoya.com
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