Title - 'Crime: Letting Devine Love Die'
I see them, I see visions when creating every second with them, and this stunning Model ( name not to be disclosed ) I could see Venus! So it evolved with modernity & I created around the idea of, if she was alive today where would she be?
Title - 'Crime: Letting Devine Love Die' By - LVS Hair - James Ross
DEVINE LOVE, what are you or who are you? Art historians who specialize in the Italian Renaissance have found a Neoplatonic interpretation, which was most clearly articulated by Ernst Gombrich, to be the most enduring way to understand the painting. Botticelli represented the Neoplatonic idea of divine love in the form of a nude Venus. For Plato – and so for the members of the Florentine Platonic Academy – Venus had two aspects: she was an earthly goddess who aroused humans to physical love or she was a heavenly goddess who inspired intellectual love in them. Plato further argued that contemplation of physical beauty allowed the mind to better understand spiritual beauty. So, looking at Venus, the most beautiful of goddesses, might at first raise a physical response in viewers which then lifted their minds towards the godly. A Neoplatonic reading of Botticelli's Birth of Venus suggests that 15th-century viewers would have looked at the painting and felt their minds lifted to the realm of divine love. p.s Today is said 'Venus' declares, 'Love is everywhere when you open your eyes, it can not be my fault the world has gone completely mad. Tell them tell them Open their eyes!!' Stop judging.