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Cute! I do like the high flower-to-plant ratio of the Den. microbulbon, and I have always loved Den. peguanum. Beautifully photographed, as always.
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Thank you Roberta Very nice
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Hoffmannseggella alvarenguensis or Laelia but Cattleya alvarenguensis.







All buds burned by lamp Bloom only one



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My sowing experiment. Hybrid Hybridovich Cuthbertson. Near is mother's flower. Pay attention to the color of the capsule. It is the color of a pickle. This fruit is fully ripe. The ripening period is exactly 9 months.



To celebrate, I sterilized in a pressure cooker everything that I would need for sowing.







From a lightbox, after sterilization with a UV lamp, I made a box, not laminar of course, but still a shelter from dust





However, a terrible thing awaited me Overripe and burst overnight





But I sowed non-sterile seeds. I'll take a look maybe not everything will turn sour




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I eagerly await the sprouting and growing and blooming of this cuthbertsonii offspring!
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Thank you so much, Roberta About my cuthbertsonii and they hybrids.

Efficiency of my hygrolon automatic cold bright beds.

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Thank you so much, Roberta About my cuthbertsonii and they hybrids.

Efficiency of my hygrolon automatic cold bright beds.

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Wowza! I somehow missed this earlier. That's existential change! Existence Precedes Essence ~ Sartre
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Art History Lecture



Russian artist Filipp Andreevich Malyavin, painting "the Vortex", 1906. The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.

"The Vortex" is not just one of the most famous and large-scale paintings by Malyavin, more like a theater backdrop in size. Malyavin was looking for the compositional solution that could fully bring to life the image from his head. Women gradually grew, taking up more and more space in the space of the canvas. More and more fluttered and untwisted in the whirlpool of dance their outfits. In the end, they filled the entire canvas with themselves, leaving barely pitiful shreds in the corners for the background landscape.
But on the robes of peasant "dervishes" circling without restraint, Malyavin comes off to the fullest. It seems that it is these frantic, indomitable, like all the elements of nature put together, sundresses that are the main characters of the picture. Against the background of their painstaking, filigree, mosaic elaboration. The faces of the characters, like landscape fade into the background.
These clothes set the dynamics and rhythm of the canvas, literally setting its surface in motion and hypnotizing everyone who looks at it. Sergei Goloushev (Glagol) shares the stunning effect of the picture on the senses: “The Vortex gave the impression of a beautiful carpet with fiery red, crimson red and blue-green spots. The colors are burning. It hurts your eyes to look at them for a long time, and yet you don’t want to tear yourself away. Something bewitching, attracting to itself.“

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Filipp Malyavin - Artist's Biography, Paintings, Life | Arthive














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