Published on March 18, 2014
Connections betweenConnections between Language and ArtLanguage and Art C.A.C. Malaga Thyssen MuseumThyssen Museum
Crossing the River Guadalquivir Manuel Barrón y Carrillo Thyssen There are a lot of people in boats crossing the river as the title indicates Commented by Antonio
It was painted in 1855 The street isThe street is crowded, there arecrowded, there are some horses andsome horses and there is a good partythere is a good party atmosphere like in aatmosphere like in a fair.fair. At the Seville fair Manuel Cabral Aguado Bejarano Thyssen Commented by Antonio
SeascapeSeascape Emilio Ocón y RivasEmilio Ocón y Rivas ThyssenThyssen IIn this picturen this picture we can seewe can see a seascapea seascape as the titleas the title indicates.indicates. Also there areAlso there are some housessome houses on the lefton the left Commented by Antonio
The loose line Juan Uslé C.A.C. This picture is abstract and it is very difficult to know what is it It does not represent what we can see in the title In the background there are white lines and in the picture there are ropes holding an object Commented by Antonio
Intolerance Luc Tuymans C.A.C. In this picture, the title does not represent what we can see We can see some candles and the picture's background is red Commented by Antonio
A Confraternity in ProcessionA Confraternity in Procession along Calle Génova, Sevillealong Calle Génova, Seville Alfred DehodencqAlfred Dehodencq ThyssenThyssen It was painted in 1851It was painted in 1851 As the title mentions, itAs the title mentions, it shows a Christianshows a Christian procession. Nearly allprocession. Nearly all people wear blackpeople wear black clothes that wasclothes that was tipically in those daystipically in those days Commented by Daniel
Inside Courtyard, Seville Manuel García Rodríguez Thyssen It was painted in 1920 It shows a courtyard full of plants and decorated with painted tiles You can find places like this in the old part of some cities in Andalusia, specially in Cordoba and Seville Commented by Daniel
San Lorenzo River with the Campanile of San Giorgio dei Greci Martín Rico Ortega Thyssen It was painted around 1900 We can see a day like any other in the ancien Venice. There are some gondolas in the city water canals Commented by Daniel
Gabinete de crisisGabinete de crisis Matías SánchezMatías Sánchez C.A.C.C.A.C. In theIn the picturepicture wewe cancan seesee 1313 peoplepeople nextnext toto a reda red line.line. The picture onlyThe picture only matchs with the titlematchs with the title because it is writtenbecause it is written. Commented by DanielCommented by Daniel
¿No se unirá usted al baile? William KentridgeWilliam Kentridge C.A.C.C.A.C. In the picture weIn the picture we can see a collage.can see a collage. This artwork wasThis artwork was made specially formade specially for the exposition inthe exposition in Malaga byMalaga by William KentridgeWilliam Kentridge Commented by Daniel
Rock at Javea and the White Boat Joaquin Sorolla Thyssen There are white rocks in Javea around a white boat at the sea,as the title indicates Commented by Mario
The Concha, Night-time Dario de Regoyos Thyssen Commented by Mario There are some girls sit near the sea in the evening
Marine II Guillermo Gómez Thyssen Commented by Mario There are some waves (marine) colliding with a hard rock at the beach
Where are we going ? Owanto C.A.C. Commented by Mario There is a red bus which takes usThere is a red bus which takes us to somewhere(where we want toto somewhere(where we want to go), as the title indicatesgo), as the title indicates
Chandelier nº10 Jason Rhoades C.A.C. This is aThis is a sculpture madesculpture made with car tire,with car tire, some wires,some wires, and neon lightsand neon lights Commented by Mario
A Drunkard at an InnA Drunkard at an Inn Manuel Cabral AguadoManuel Cabral Aguado ThyssenThyssen You can seeYou can see a drunk mana drunk man at an Innat an Inn Commented by DavidCommented by David
A Dance for the PriestA Dance for the Priest Juan García RamosJuan García Ramos ThyssenThyssen You can seeYou can see two womentwo women dancing fordancing for a priesta priest Commented by DavidCommented by David
Returning to the ConventReturning to the Convent Eduardo Zamacois y ZabalaEduardo Zamacois y Zabala ThyssenThyssen You can see aYou can see a priest pullingpriest pulling a donkeya donkey Commented by DavidCommented by David
Nuevos Amigos Kati Heck C.A.C. You can see a bear, aYou can see a bear, a turkey and a pear manturkey and a pear man playing instrumentsplaying instruments in a bandin a band Commented by DavidCommented by David
Siesta after BonnardSiesta after Bonnard Vik MunizVik Muniz C.A.C.C.A.C. You can see aYou can see a nude womannude woman sleeping.sleeping. If you see it nearlyIf you see it nearly you will seeyou will see a lot of picturesa lot of pictures from magazinesfrom magazines Commented by David
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