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Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera are two of my favorite Mexican artists, and they lived out an incredible romance together. Their passion for each other was shown in every aspect of their art, and recently I came across some incredible writing by Frida that is just as beautiful as any painting. I included a translation below as well, I hope it captures the right meaning. Diego. Truth is, so great, that I wouldn’t like to speak, or sleep, or listen, or love. To feel myself trapped, with no fear of blood, outside time and magic, within your own fear, and your great anguish, and within the very beating of your heart. All this madness, if I asked it of you, I know, in your silence, there would be only confusion. I ask you for violence, in the nonsense, and you, you give me grace, your light and your warmth. I’d like to paint you, but there are no colors, because there are so many, in my confusion, the tangible form of my great love. F. Diego: Nothing compares to your hands, nothing like the green-gold of your eyes. My body is filled with you for days and days. you are the mirror of the night. the violent flash of lightning. the dampness of the earth. The hollow of your armpits is my shelter. my fingers touch your blood. All my joy is to feel life spring from your flower-fountain that mine keeps to fill all the paths of my nerves which are yours. For my Diego the silent life giver of worlds, what is most important is the nonillusion. morning breaks, the friendly reds, the big blues, hands full of leaves, noisy birds, fingers in the hair, pigeons’ nests a rare understanding of human struggle simplicity of the senseless song the folly of the wind in my heart = don’t let them rhyme girl = sweet xocolatl [chocolate] of ancient Mexico, storm in the blood that comes in through the mouth — convulsion, omen, laughter and sheer teeth needles of pearl, for some gift on a seventh of July, I ask for it, I get it, I sing, sang, I’ll sing from now on our magic — love. Tagging some Vingle poets: @Dynamo @YourConscience @LizArnone @katrientjielove @GabrielOrea @thirstytearsx @jcfyffe @luminahan @scottoxford @SilverFangZ @DJamesBreaux @AaronFox @KhristieB @VarunNambiar
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Heritage Auctions: The largest auction house founded in the U.S. Heritage Auctions is both the largest collectibles auctioneer and the third-largest auction house in the world-leading Internet platform. HA boasts more than 1 million registered online bidders. This loyal and growing community is an indication of the value of our website, of our reputation for professional business practices, and of our vast expertise in the field of art and collectibles that this community is growing so rapidly. Heritage Auction House was founded in 1976, and its products include U.S. & World Coins, Rare Currency, Fine & Decorative Art, American Art, Illustration Art, Vintage Comic Books & Comic Art, Movie Posters, Music & Entertainment Memorabilia, Jewelry & Watches, Vintage & Couture Handbags, Sports Memorabilia, Rare Books & Manuscripts, American Indian Art, Air & Space Memorabilia, Civil War Memorabilia, Vintage & Contemporary Photography, Nature & Science Specimens, Domain Names, Intellectual Property, Luxury Real Estate and much more. By offering the latest advances in technology and having a strong presence in the collectibles community, we give our customers unprecedented access to our services. More than 130 experts and 400 additional service-oriented professionals provide our customers with a suite of services to help them develop the best collections. Results of fall Asia week auctions 2021 From September 22nd to 23rd, Heritage Auctions offered a two-day event featuring fine and decorative Asian art. There were 574 bidders, who spent $1,327,281 at the auction house. Among the auction results, a 14th-century ink painting attributed to Chen Yu sold for $137,500. The painting shows a scholar and his assistants examining landscape paintings, likely created at the beginning of the Ming dynasty. Among the notable lots were a Chinese blue and white bowl from the Qing dynasty, an Indian sandstone sculpture, and a Korean celadon vessel from the Joseon dynasty. Heritage Offered Sir Elton John’s Extraordinary Custom Touring Piano at Auction He signed his name in black ink, bidding farewell to the piano he had used throughout the 1970s and 80s. Sir Elton John acquired the piano after customizing its keys to be more sensitive to very light touch in August of 1975. It was found by Curtis Schwartz, a producer and sound engineer who knew little about the piano's history with Sir Elton John. While Paul McCartney performed on the Steinway during the Live Aid finale, over a billion people watched the concert. Freddie Mercury also played the piano for Queen during the 1978 tour, A Day at the Races. This grand piano was built in 1972 in New York, stands 8 feet 11 inches tall, and includes the original bench. The upcoming auction includes memorabilia from other famous musicians besides Sir Elton John's grand piano. World’s Largest Auction of Anime Animation Art Breaks The Old Record of $2.1 Million at Heritage Auctions Heritage Auctions held its first-ever auction dedicated to anime, or anime art, June 25-27, at which some of the most iconic and award-winning anime films were sold for more than $2.1 million. A record 2,853 bidders from around the world attended the Art of Anime and Everything Cool Auction. The auction boasted sell-through rates of 100 percent by value and 99.8 percent by lots sold. Cels from films such as My Neighbor Totoro, Princess Mononoke, Kiki's Delivery Service, and AKIRA sold at record prices. “The hits and big moments in this sale came from all over,” Heritage Auctions Animation Art Director Jim Lentz said. Records were broken for lots from Astro Boy, Dragon Ball, Ghost in the Shell, Pokémon, Vampire Hunter D, Neon Genesis Evangelion, and the films of Studio Ghibli and Miyazaki. Media Source: AuctionDaily