“In 1963, Diamantis delivered the second part of the series, “Agony II”. Six studies of this composition were found, in which we can see that Diamantis gradually played down the role of the central figure of “Agony I” by bringing to the forefront the two secondary figures, until he completely did away with it in the final study.
In the foreground, two terrified female figures are trying to escape. Symbolically, one is holding a child and the other a baby goat. The earthy,….. Read More On: Cyprus Mail
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