Artist's description:

In 1889, on the streets of the Italian city of Turin strange incident occurred. The coachman whipped his old whip a horse that refused to budge. Suddenly, to the wagon ran a well-dressed gentleman with a mustache and put his arm around the animal's neck, while sobbing bitterly. It was none other than the world-famous philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. It hardly took away from the horse, and when brought home, it turned out that he was not himself. Nietzsche was placed in a mental hospital, where he spent the rest of his life ...
This story seems to me very expressive. The great thinker at one point lost consciousness and was just there. An example of how a single event completely changes the whole person and his life.
Jung once defined God in these words:

"Until now, God is the name by which I designate all things and phenomena which stand in my path of life passionately and desperately, all the things that upset my subjective views, plans and intentions and change the course of my life for the better or the worst part

Materials used:

oil

Затмение (Eclipse) (2016)

$3,465

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This artwork is sold by Khatagti Alan from Russia

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