Caravaggio-Liedtke

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Title: Caravaggio-Liedtke
Artist: Caravaggio-Liedtke
Innovation Caravaggio: Dramatic Lighting/ Picture title: Christ and the Disciples at Emmaus 1596./ Artist Caravaggio 1573–1610/ Innovation Liedtke: Graphic art formula application in the image

Further art-historically documented and scientifically empirical evolutionary steps of art in the Liedtke work
Innovation 1979-1988: Cognitive symbiosis with the work/ The viewer himself becomes a living and breathing work of art. Mirror neurons in the brain of the viewer lead through the work of art, the process of creativity and the understanding of art with the formula to a cognitive fusion of work and viewer.
Innovation 1979-1988: The art formula generates new neuronal connections and synapses as well as epigenetically improved gene programmes of the observer for a re-engaged selective innovation perception and the generation of innovations for self-help, healing and development of creativity.
Innovation: Art Formula
Innovation: juxtaposition of the innovations of different artists in a picture with applied graphics of the art formula
Innovation Technique: Digital Print / Unique Size/Original Artwork with Dieter Liedtke’s DNA in red
Innovation used in the series: art key for any form of art: Life + expansion of consciousness = art or old information + new information = evolution

Innovation Dieric Bouts: The insertion of a host is painted for the first time/ Image title: Christ in the House of Simon the Pharisee 1468/ Artist Dieric Bouts: 1410–1475

Innovation Leonardo da Vinci: Expresses spirit of action through posture and movement/ Image title: Last Supper 1495–1498/ Artist Leonardo da Vinci 1452–1519

Series name: Art Formula
Years working on the series from: 1988
Year of work: 2003
Signature: Liedtke
Material: Stretched Canvas
Dimensions: 89 cm x 130 cm

Original-Work N°: 1/13
Art historical value expertise: Artinvest
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