☀️WITH BEAUTIFUL ART INTO A BEAUTIFUL WEEKEND!🌹
👌 In his early works the Danish plein air painter Hans Andersen, who came from a peasant family and as a „son of the soil“, added his birthplace Brendekilde to his name, out of socially critical motivation depicted the hard peasant life - but ultimately went over to giving preference to its idyllic side.
🙏 Brendekilde, himself the father of several children, left us amazing scenes of children, which are almost a revolutionary solemn appeal in a time of demographic decline and replacement. The unspoilt naturalness of the child's world is reflected in its immediate and soulmate proximity to nature, which according to Romanticism was the essential source of poetry.
👏 Hardly any musical embracement could be more fitting for Brendekilde's painting than probably the best known of the 13 pieces of Robert Schumann's set "Kinderszenen" (Scenes from childhood) entitled "Träumerei" (Dreaming, Op. 15: No 7; F major). That cycle by one of the most important composers of the Romantic period - a "miracle of inspiration", as the German composer Hans Pfitzner called it - gained huge influence on the Romantic programme miniature for piano.
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