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Photo "Sculpture park Gustave Vigellana (Monolith), Oslo"

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Sculpture park Gustave Vigellana (Monolith), Oslo
This photo album I open up the same name. Frogner- park, "park sculpture Gustave Vigellana" astonishing spectacle and unique of its kind. Untold senses and emotions remain after his visit. This amazing soostoyaschee construction of the more than two hundred ashlars combining Naturalism naked human life from birth to death.
Vigellan expressed in their works the way the whole person, which he is being held at this light, the feelings experienced by each of the generations and the whole range of relations between the sexes.
Sculptor himself designed all part of the park until the lawn and flowers on them.
The fact that he came out as a result really admire.
Purple stone sculptures, small playgrounds, alleys, with a huge flower roses, fontan.Kazhetsya you can wander forever Beholding and think about their lives, to trace its entirety. That was, is and probably will be ....
In 1915 Vigelann filed by the city authorities ambitious project-creation of an entire fleet of monumental skulptury.Posle nine years of hot debate and dispute approved draft, and signed an artist with the state contract: he sent the donation Kristianii (the so-called capital of Norway then) all of its future the work, and in return receive the full allowance, and a new workshop, which after his death should have been open muzey.Vlasti took sculptor in the land where Frogner-parke Vigellan worked about 40 let.Vhod park free and kruglosutochen bequest Vigellana itself, which wanted his works were open and available to all visits at any time of day or night
each year about 2 million visits tourists.
At the heart of the ensemble Monolith-a convoy of gray granite, weighing 270 tons and a height of 17 meters. Headed in the sky colossus of interlocking human figures: men, women, old people, boys and girls, children trying to escape the top, symbolizing "wheel" of human life. 
Fri 19 Oct 2007 00:05
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Dmitrij Shkirjov Dmitrij Shkirjov #1 Fri 19 Oct 2007 00:09

Спасибо за интересное описание!!! Вообще впечатляет, будем ждать продолжения.

Galina Dmitrieva Galina Dmitrieva #2 Fri 19 Oct 2007 00:14

Интересная скульптура. Немного засвечена слева фота по-моему, а так хороший снимок, Надежда! Удачи

Nadezda Koldysheva Nadezda Koldysheva #4 Fri 19 Oct 2007 00:22

Спасибо, Галина, да свет слева)) Но пересвета нет)

Galina Dmitrieva Galina Dmitrieva #5 Fri 19 Oct 2007 00:29

Да, вы правы. Я не совсем правильно выразилась.)))

Gennadi Jurshevich Gennadi Jurshevich #3 Fri 19 Oct 2007 00:18

Красивое место...

Nadezda Koldysheva Nadezda Koldysheva #12 Fri 19 Oct 2007 01:23

Это центр -парка - Монолит - от него и пойдем))

Billy Holmes Billy Holmes #9 Fri 19 Oct 2007 01:08

Composed well with nice light ! Thanks for detailed notes !

Kostenko Anna Kostenko Anna #10 Fri 19 Oct 2007 01:09

С нетерпением будем ждать продолжение.

Aaaaaa Aaaaaa #11 Fri 19 Oct 2007 01:16

Начало впечатляет..

B.K. von Bernhard B.K. von Bernhard #13 Fri 19 Oct 2007 03:10

Great photo Nadezda. Wonderful reporting.
Warm regards.

andrew bart andrew bart #14 Fri 19 Oct 2007 04:01

Нехилый...эээ... монументик торчит... Про то, что скультптурами можно выразить "всю гамму взаимоотношений между полами" у меня сомнения... Впрочем, к чему сомнения эти... Надо тр...ся как кролики и жить счастливо...("Основной инстинкт")...

Nadezda Koldysheva Nadezda Koldysheva #15 Fri 19 Oct 2007 09:49

Не спешите с выводами ))) Не только это)

Leonid Belsky Leonid Belsky #16 Fri 19 Oct 2007 09:58

Очень впечатляющий монумент! Давайте, показывайте все-все!! smile

Guenter-Georg Guenter-Georg #17 Fri 19 Oct 2007 11:31

so nice reporting and notes, very interesting!

mircea grumaz mircea grumaz #18 Fri 19 Oct 2007 15:29

nice presentation; regards