HELENA CELDRN El Kunstmuseum Basel (Switzerland) exposes the little-known landscapes of the German painter Max Beckmann (1884-1950). Their innovative perspectives accounted for a renewal for the genre. Although always loyal to realism, the avant-garde and the psychological aftermath of World War I changed the trajectory of his work. His experiences in World War I walked away from the realistic painting. German Max Beckmann (1884-1950), famous for his emaciated self-portraits and his stormy pictures about the human condition, participated in the conflict as a doctor. On the way back he suffered nervous attacks and a transformation in his art, which turned into a mixture of nightmare, variegated triptychs and rupture of any logical perspective scenes.
Against the inclination of currents pictorial of early 20th century to eliminate traditional genres, Beckmann the dndio always: portraits, mythological scenes, still lifes, landscapes but it is usually classified as an Expressionist and was inevitably influenced by the movement, not the abstraction was identified with the avant-garde: autodefinia as the last great master. It was a traditional artistic sensibility, but with an inner world plunged into chaos. Seventy paintings that changed the modern landscape the Kunstmuseum of Basel (Switzerland) inaugurated Max Beckmann: Die Landschaften (landscapes) a sample with seventy paintings of this genre. The exhibition includes masterpieces of the author as Meeresstrand (seashore, 1935) or Der Hafen von Genua (the port of Genoa, 1927). In addition, gather work of various private collections that rarely are exposed in museums. It is an occasion to discover innovations that Beckmann contributed to the genre of landscape. Panoramic framed in Windows, curtains, parapets, columns and viewpoints distance in a novel and personal perspective the natural immensity of the grotesque and ugly civilized world. Source of the news: what Max Beckmann saw when he looked out the window
Here, using these two movements, and excessive cutting performance achieved by making cuts 'Frenchman'. This is best shown by example. Let the balls in this position the angle between them and the host Luza is 80 degrees. Apparently cutting is impossible. But if you let her French left, a little white carcass, then the ball would cut. In fact, in the moment of touching balls, white ball gets two movements: one translational, rotational another, very faint, but enough to roll the ball to the pocket, but in addition, suffered a blow almost to the point of sight.
'Straight ball' and 'cut' – a brother and sister. No one should give preference to and to, or shtosu another. Predilection for 'pets' in general is very bad for the game responds. Artists must be equally fluent in all the subtleties of the game. All of the above apply only to the proper and strict billiards. Very often there are billiards, built at random, that is, with wide middle Luza and with a narrow angle, or vice versa. Although similar to billiards game is not interesting and the actor does not need to play, but if it happens, it must perforce try on for such a billiards and its shortcomings. Airborne ball.
This ball is the best bait for inexperienced players, and he very often decides the fate of the party. Board should be called a ball that ball, which is close around the board. On strictly and correctly installed a billiard ball drops. Perhaps this observation will excite controversy among the players, but I still have not come across freybergovskogo billiard balls with the right, where exactly taken onboard the ball would not fall. This ball is one of the most difficult and brilliant ball billiards. Who puts bortovikov as similar to the one who puts the lines near the sides to the middle, the perfect addition to technology has matured more character. The sight of the ball airborne is not difficult. Strike varied, and in each particular case one must know how to hit. On the Polish and French billiards bortoviki – completely pointless balls. On the Polish Air Force laid so that hit the wrong ball still follows along the side and falls, in Vienna – the pockets are cut to the sides – doing airborne balls reduced to a rough shoving them into the hole. Here are some of the balls on the right board freybergovskom pool. Airborne ball on a short board. At this position, the balls hit her on the white, how would strive to remove it from the pool, yield up. To do this, does not need to touch her at the same time and the board. Strike coasting or moderate klapshtos. Direct airborne ball on a long board. This ball is very easy. Carefully taking aim, let your light klapshtosom. Airborne ball on a long board. In this case, make the ball pretty hard. I advise let its long coast down, hitting the ball at the same time and on the board. Impact force – depending on the cushion billiards. The easiest way to do onboard the balls when you have to hit through the ball (rabbit). Then the ball should fall, as in order.
Karate – martial art developed by people who were forbidden to use weapons. Thus, it was created as an art of defense. It is believed that the high degree of skill to defend themselves quite alone hands. The word "karate" means "empty hand". Modern karate is a suit jacket. To successfully buy a kimono to draw attention to its quality, since in practice it will be heavy loads. The origins of karate has more than thousand-year history. When Dharma was in the monastery of Shao-Lin in China, he taught his students physical training to develop stamina and physical strength, and made this harsh discipline as part of their religion.
These methods of physical training in the future developed and improved and became known as the art of fighting Shao-lin. This martial art was taken to Okinawa where it is mixed with the local methods of struggle of the islanders. Lord of ancient Okinawa, and later the feudal ruler of Kagoshima on the southern tip of Kyushu in Japan has banned the use of weapons, and it caused a marked development of technology to combat with bare hands and self-defense techniques. This martial art that originated in China, was called Karate, which literally means "Chinese hand". Funakoshi Gichin a modern master, who died v1957g., At the age of 88 years, changed the meaning of the term: the hand of the "Chinese" has become "empty". Funakoshi took the definition for the value of the philosophy of Zen Buddhism, "make yourself empty, empty your mind." For the karate master was primarily military art, but he saw it and a tool to help build character. He wrote: "As a mirror reflects all that is in front of her, and a quiet valley carries even small sounds, and karate should completely banish from your mind selfishness and anger in an effort to respond appropriately to all what he might encounter. This is the main purpose of the "penalty", or voids, in karate. "