Post anything nice and æsthetic looking focused on Whites
I want more of these so I'll spam what I've got to start
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>>367098>No faggot, it is not rape, but abduction.
No, retard, it is literally the title of the piece. The sculpture is called "Rapimento di Proserpina", translated as either "The Rape of Proserpina" or "The Abduction of Proserpina." What you personally would call it is beside the point; it was sculpted by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and this is what he called it.>Take a hike moron.
No. You made a blatantly idiotic statement and I'm calling you out on it. What are you asserting here exactly? Aliens carved this? Either justify your position, take your meds, or fuck off. This is a thread about white art, not fringe schizo nonsense.
>>367100>There are countless marble statues, carved before and after, some of which carved very recently, that defy what you're asserting.
Not of such volumetric size and such intricate detail. There is tech involved not available today.>The word "rape" literally means "to plunder". That's one of the definitions of the word. Look it up.>Look it up
All right, here it is in the screen capture.
Okay. So basically you have nothing to back up your statement and are talking completely out of your ass. Got it.
"Rapimento" means rape. In this context it means plundering, such as the rape of a countryside.>Not of such volumetric size and such intricate detail.
There are several.>There is tech involved not available today.
When you find a single shred of evidence for this, go ahead and share it.
STOP RESPONDING TO OBVIOUS BAIT AND POST ART, FAGGOTS
You are so full of it, it's unreal. Bernini was more than open about his sculpting methods, and the patience it took to create them. You're going out and implying that he was using alien magic to carve it just because you can't wrap your little pea brain around the concept of how white men could produce such a work of art, because you don't know the first thing about scupting marble.
>>367111>Bernini was more than open about his sculpting methods
And who was the source transcribing that Bernini? Do you know his name?
This is a pretty serious question.
His father did a lot of it.
So in other words, you've got nothing to back up your opinions besides your own opinions. Got it.>>367110
Fair enough. It's just that between the flat earth guy, the virology isn't real guy, and now this idiot asserting that Baroque art was created by aliens on the grounds that some first-year art students couldn't reproduce it on YouTube with modern tools, I'm getting really tired of the endless schizo bullshit on this site.
>>367117>between the flat earth guy, the virology isn't real guy, and now this idiot asserting that Baroque art was created by aliens on the grounds that some first-year art students couldn't reproduce it on YouTube with modern tools, I'm getting really tired of the endless schizo bullshit on this site
I'll bet you they're the same guy.
That's what I'm beginning to suspect.
For those actually interested in how Bernini carved his sculptures, he used a combination of chisels and drills for the intricate details. You can see the visible toolmarks around the hair of the sculptures.
What was really amazing is that he worked almost entirely from memory over the course of months. The man had a superhuman perception of form and beauty, and obsessive attention to detail.
Some critics don't like Pluto's face in this work, but I like it. He's chuckling, smug even. He is absolutely about to help himself to a piece of that ass once he gets to the underworld.
>>367128>He's chuckling, smug even. He is absolutely about to help himself to a piece of that ass once he gets to the underworld.
In case that would be his intention, it is worth to remember he is a god, and that woman a pitiful creature. She should be proud.
>>367130>a pitiful creature
She's a goddess, the embodiment of spring, renewal and plenty.
In the end, she had to stay because she ate the fruits of Hades, but Zeus declared that she only had to stay for half the year because she only ate half the fruit (Zeus is no stranger to woman-stealing, so he wasn't going to screw his brother out of the whole year).
More artworks titled the Rape Of Proserpina
>>367130>In case that would be his intention
Do you not know the story?
Ah, the Sanctuary of Madonna della Corona, Italy⠀
It's built 2,000 feet above sea level into a vertical cliff face on Italy’s Mount Baldo in front of Valdadige. The Santuario Madonna della Corona (Sanctuary of the Lady of the Crown) looks as though it is nearly suspended in mid-air.
>>367199>Ah, the Sanctuary of Madonna della Corona, Italy
Thanks for let me know what it is. I want HiDef pictures of that.
A church in Lujan, Argentina.
Johannes Brahms (Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, German Confederation 1833-1897 Vienna, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy)
Hungarian Dances, WoO 1, No. 5 in G Minor - c.1869 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RkDyn9DZxo
Where's that reconstruction on the Library of Alexandria, hmm? Y'know, the one that early judeo-CHRESTUS burned down because "any history that isn't part of ours is an outrage"?
How about the reconstruction of Nero's palace, AFTER it was torn down by Cuckstantine? Y'KNOW, the same one he spent a day and half a night away from Rome, but when he was told that kikes set fire to their own ghettos as a (((form of protest))) which spread to the rest of Rome, he immediately ordered all Roman garrisons opened to shelter innocents?
Still waiting on proper history.
Why are you saging the white art thread?
Or ancestors continue to live through us.
Had to read all of this. and i am proud of you. you defended your points better than i would have done. and i agree totally with you.
also thank you for using aryanne pics with wonderful facial expresions that i bet made the "N.socialism is socialism" cuck to be triggered more. lol
the other thing that was weird is the guy uses two differen IDs or was he samefagging? or there were two of them? anyways. you were based and redpilled. Good fight
and you are great too, same to say like my other comment here >369069
i have to check my old hard drive for some old paintings of mares from an artist similar to "the nightmare" painting. i will post later if i find those
>Architectural Acoustic Perfection.
>Many of these Buildings were Built over 500 years ago.
>Only People with high intelligence could of achieved this.
>The White Christian European.
>Another reason why they fear us.
>The horse is an extension of the man.
>t. Cowboy Ken
Found it. after a year lol
i anm doing a bit of research. it´s like he liked HORSE/MARES too much..
His art is focused in some controversial stuff like zoophilia
circa 1544 damn!. Read the third pic.
first pic: story is about a smith that worked with horses and fucked mares and it seems it was bewitched and that's the reason he fucked mares, and was tormented by having done that.. yeah sure.. the devil made me do it
oh now i understand more. HORSES AS LOVE OBJECTS. YEAR 1544https://piafcuneo.faculty.arizona.edu/sites/piafcuneo.faculty.arizona.edu/files/LoveObjects2014.pdf
More insteresting reading about marefucker.>The horse had certainly been-or was about to have been-the focus of the>groom's attention, as the pitchfork and curry comb that have dropped out of>his frozen hands clearly indicate. But in approaching the horse, was the man's>only intention to clean the stall and groom the animal? The probing view>between the man's and the horse's legs that the perspective forces upon the>spectator, and the presence of flames and several phallic objects (pitchfork,>torch, unicorn horn, the curved surface of the curry comb and even its handle)>Pia F. Cuneo 155>together imply that the groom had intended to act on desires other than those>for cleanliness. The print seems to hint strongly that one of the themes it>touches upon is bestiality.>Fundamental to many of the interpretations sketched above is the>understanding of the figure of the horse as a symbol of unrestrained carnality>and lust. The classical and medieval texts, the folktales and legends referenced>in the articles cited above also serve to provide proof of and precedence for>the interpretation of the horse in this manner. For scholars, the animal is>interesting only in terms of its function as something else, namely as a onedimensional symbol of human >sexuality and the dangers of its unbridled>expression. In these interpretations, the fact that the animal in the print is a>horse is entirely secondary to its metaphorical function.>As a signifier, the horse can certainly connote sexuality, and by extension,>the artist, and artistic expression. And yet, what is it about the horse that>allowed it in early modern culture to signify such phenomena? What kinds>of attitudes and assumptions about this animal held currency at this time?>Antique discourse contributed significantly to shaping these attitudes,>but early modern man did not live by Aristotle alone. Attitudes were also>shaped by the roles horses played in early modern life; by the horse-human>interactions that took place and the physical, practical exigencies that arose>from horse-keeping; and, at a further level, by the contemporaneous discourse>Yet there are dangers even for an elite audience of horsemen, hints that>in fact encourage an eroticized appreciation of the horse and that could also>lead to an excessive kind of fondness. Baldung surely meant the viewer of his>woodcut to notice the swelling, taut, curved shape of the mare's hindquarters.>He has accentuated that shape by placing it directly adjacent to the central axis>of the image, and by highlighting it as an area of bright light bounded at the top>by a heavy dark shadow. In some of the hippological literature, discussion of>ideal equine conformation includes comparison between a well-shaped horse>160 ANIMALS AND EARLY MODERN IDENTITY>and a beautiful woman
>>369406>To judge from the>man's handsome livery and the appointment of the stable in which he has>worked, the groom in the print seems to have a wealthy employer, but he>himself would have been a man with little formal education. Not surprisingly,>in the cases of early modern bestiality, it is precisely amongst these kinds of>men who worked closely with animals where the behavior often occurred.
Probably true in the modern day. Though, this gets caught the most often because you're molesting another man's mare. If you own your own horses it's much less likely to be detected.
Good read btw.
Just imagine in 500 years some scholar writing a book like that about mlpol anons>Fundamental to many of the interpretations sketched above is the>understanding of the figure of the horse as a symbol of unrestrained carnality>and lust with also heavy political implications
>>369406>together imply that the groom had intended to act on desires other than those for cleanliness
lul, what a christcuckoid goy. The love between a mare and a man, or a stallion and a woman, is greater, purer, more honest, and loving, than that between the average Nigel and the jackboots he worships daily.
Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
i think the writer was not talking about cucktolic "cleanliness" (of soul or some shit).
he was talking about the fact that the groom job was to CLEAN the mare not fuck her.
he is not wrong about the job the groom has to do.
Just imagine you hire a guy to CLEAN your mares and he rapes her. i will hang him
i forgoit to say that the text is very good because in fact it aknowledges that mares are sexy
Rievaulx Abbey, North Yorkshire, England .
Exactly this. CLEANING the mare is the job, FUCKING the mare is for after work. Also, consensual rape only or the groom goes on the groomer list.