Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Something is missing

Why is it that so many obituaries of artists fail to show examples of their work? After all usually the work is visual, usually art has been a life time occupation, frequently it is defining of the person and reading obits is a visual activity. Not only do they not illustrate the art but they flatter themselves by describing the works! Here is an example in The Sydney Morning Herald acknowledging the life of Hungarian abstract painter who has died at the grand age of 105 Tamas Lossonczy. Here are examples of his paintings:





Images courtesy of http://www.gimagine.com. Sadly there were no titles or details available!

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