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No simple form conducts its lowing steer

Simple are sublime forms. I feel an affinity with those specific sensations.  Like Shinto, Zen of Japan, it all seemed to be secrets beyond comprehension. Those simple forms are continuously searching for its own origins. That is very attractive. I have been trying to think about the simple things. In my own theory so far, it is important if you take yourself to something great more accessible than you awaken results from the outside, without limiting the image. I still have been ongoing about 'how to be simple' that like Zen seeks enlightenment on a higher plane, they cannot stop. I reckon that the world can be seen as a subjective entity constantly being actively formed by individual perceptions. It could also be objective. Those begin with selves, but that's only manifested by connecting with something beyond itself. And, at that point, the simplification could strongly connect things and interpret one's perception, that's easier than to be provided by iffy compl

Such a fascinating world

Gaston Bussière was a French Symbolist painter and illustrator, made a name for himself in the literary and art movements that flourished in France and Belgium in the late 19th century. 
Gaston Bussière, who was active in Paris studied at l'Académie des Beaux-Arts in Lyon, created works on the theme of in theatre works of Berlioz (La Damnation de Faust), William Shakespeare and Richard Wagner, and also worked as an illustrator for these popular writers who demanded his illustration at the era. His works with motifs such as Salome, Jeanne d'Arc, and nymph,  Seven Veil of Oscar Wilde and Salomé, were all elegant and aesthetic. It's a fascinating world. If you stop, stop your eyes, and get a glimpse of the world where he saw, your image may be amplified.

Gaston Bussiere
1862-1929
Symbolist painter
Exotic Dancers
Oil on canvas


Salomé
1914
Oil on can


The Dance of Salome
or
The Golden Butterflies
1928
Oil on canvas


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