Irgendwo an einem Ort, wo die Zeit still zu stehen scheint

Irgendwo an einem Ort, wo die Zeit still zu stehen scheint
Mit Schaf Jorinde und Franzhörnchen, dem Schweizer Bergschaf

Montag, 11. April 2011

Gemälde "Alchemie", 1999

Dieses inzwischen schon historische Bild in Acryl/Öl/Asche/Leim/Blattgold befindet sich seit heute im Besitz von Apotheker Strigan. Es ist eines der alten Werke "de cucina alchymia de dorothea de silva bavariae"

Abschied vom Bild im Malerzimmer
Detail mit Blattgold
Detail: der Alchemist


  1. This is a very interesting image. I love the spirits.
    Now this is really true. A etching teacher sent me yesterday an internet link to a page about old engravers. And when I searched more about them, I found a page with old prints about Alchemie - not really deep or serious work but I enjoyed looking at them, yesterday evening. ... Now look : here is Dori's alchemie. The best of all.
    There is the ghost of an animal (deer or cow) in front of the alchemist, and there is a guiding spirit between the blue pig (I hope it is a pig!!) and the blue horse ... I see : the pig only has to turn and go through the gate which this white spirit is, to become the noble horse carrying a great Saint, Christ, I think, so beautiful ... riding towards his Father but looking back at us, saying : I'm never away.

    On the photograph of the malerzimmer there is an amazing work with horses and a Saint (Francis?) on one of them and amazing mountains and Sun in a mysterious hazy lilac sky :-)

  2. How lucky is pharmacists Strigan to have such a beautiful Dori painting.
    I'm sure it will be loved.

  3. Stille Linde, I knew :) That you had a coherent meeting with alchemie :)
    The interpretation of my picture is great, I must give it to pharmacist Stigan, also yours, Ramona, thank you so much!
    Also thanks for your comment touching the painting below. It is painted on a wooden board and stabil for outside.