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Title: The Apocalypse
Artist: Jose Viera
The Apocalypse, one of the most assiduous themes of universal literature, is treated by Jose Viera through a subtle line of etchings, in which a surrealism identified with the biblical text prevails. "From the Blesseds," writes Jose Hierro, "to this Joseph Viera, the last who, for the time being, has sought inspiration in the vision of St. John, the number of those who have given plastic flesh to the Apocalypse is countless, Every artist in every age has interpreted differently words that do not change in the course of time. " The surrealist version offered by Viera, so appropriate for the extraordinary vision, is a very personal way of interpreting the tormented apocalyptic world. 12 original etchings, copy 172 of an edition of 195. All signed and numbered by the artist.
Title: The Apocalypse
Artist: Jose Viera
The Apocalypse, one of the most assiduous themes of universal literature, is treated by Jose Viera through a subtle line of etchings, in which a surrealism identified with the biblical text prevails. "From the Blesseds," writes Jose Hierro, "to this Joseph Viera, the last who, for the time being, has sought inspiration in the vision of St. John, the number of those who have given plastic flesh to the Apocalypse is countless, Every artist in every age has interpreted differently words that do not change in the course of time. " The surrealist version offered by Viera, so appropriate for the extraordinary vision, is a very personal way of interpreting the tormented apocalyptic world. 12 original etchings, copy 172 of an edition of 195. All signed and numbered by the artist.
Title: The Apocalypse
Artist: Jose Viera
The Apocalypse, one of the most assiduous themes of universal literature, is treated by Jose Viera through a subtle line of etchings, in which a surrealism identified with the biblical text prevails. "From the Blesseds," writes Jose Hierro, "to this Joseph Viera, the last who, for the time being, has sought inspiration in the vision of St. John, the number of those who have given plastic flesh to the Apocalypse is countless, Every artist in every age has interpreted differently words that do not change in the course of time. " The surrealist version offered by Viera, so appropriate for the extraordinary vision, is a very personal way of interpreting the tormented apocalyptic world. 12 original etchings, copy 172 of an edition of 195. All signed and numbered by the artist.