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Elizabeth Berezina

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Dimensions:

110cm x 90cm

Year:

2017

Technique:

Acrylic on canvas

Description:

I painted this picture under the influence of the ancient Greek myth of Sisyphus. This is the king who deceived captive the god of death of Thanatos. For this, the gods sentenced him to carry a heavy stone uphill. This is a symbol of the fight against the finiteness of human existence. It turned all people into Sisyphus, endlessly trying to drag their stones uphill. And this is the process of life - to rise and bear your stone again.
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