Arcimboldo

Ar·cim·bol·do

 (är′chēm-bōl′dō), Giuseppe 1527-1593.
Italian painter noted for his surreal portraits in which the subjects' features are composed of other animate or inanimate objects.
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Arcimboldo

(Italian artʃimˈbɔldo)
n
(Biography) Giuseppe. 1527–93, Italian painter, best remembered for painting grotesque figures composed of fruit, vegetables, and meat
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Seguro que a la mayoria de los lectores les suena un tipo llamado Arcimboldo, famoso porque pintaba retratos de rostros de personajes construidos por aparejos de cocina, manjares o elementos naturales.
La Historia esta ligada al presente de la narracion de la novela y es por eso que puede brindarse una lectura historicista de la misma, pero aun hay otro elemento que ofrece esta interpretacion: el cuadro de Arcimboldo. Para describir el cuadro del milanes, el narrador utiliza los mismos metodos tecnicos que usa para el norostro de Eligia.
The culture of the court of Rudolph II was fascinated by the estrangement of the familiar, whether in Arcimboldo's portraits composed of fruit, flowers, and fish, or in elaborate automata, or in fascination with the miniature and minuscule.
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