There was a book, that the artist may have seen, by a critter, by the name, of Eadweard Muybridge . That selfsame book was made in 1887. Animal Locomotion was the title of the book. In it was a chain of twenty-four imitations, of a naked woman going down a stairs.
Thomas Eakins , of the U.S.A. , did also chains of likenesses movin in time. The painter may have seen these, as well as the others.
An art critic for a newspaper, called the New York Times, was named Julian Street . He wrote, that Marc el's painting looked, as if it were "an explosion in a shingle factory".
Marcel Duchamp's mother was a true-to-kind mother, in that she gave birth to him. Would not you have done the same, had he been your son? This she accomplished, in the year, of our Lo'ward, 1887. It was the 28th day, of the month, of July, Julius, or Helios.
Duchamp took his leave, that selfsame body, that his mother had borne,
in the year, of our Lo'ward, 1968. It was the 2nd day, of the month,
After Marcel Duchamp painted 20 paintings, he then stopped himself, from painting more. In painting's stead, he spent his time playin chess.
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ANALYSIS OF THE SUBLIMINAL UNCONSCIOUS SYMBOLISM
The figure travels toward the right. That is good. She goes down. That is bad, unless you want to use the painting, only temporarily, to explore the unconscious. In that case you would have to conceal the painting, from sight, at all other times.
The direction, of the movin, of the figure, in the painting, could be used, as part, of an array, of 5 works, arranged to form a mandala. In that case, the movin, toward down, will be part, of a circular movin, clockwise. Put your reproduction in this whereabouts:
Upper Right Whereabouts
There is some darkness in the painting. That is bad, it symbolizes unconsciousness.
This analysis might be wron. More researchin might show other principles.
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SOME FEATURES OF THE STYLE OF THE PAINTING
Marcel Duchamp joined about 20 diverse images of a naked woman, and took apart, and lessened them, and took out elements of the design. Then he lapped them, one over another.
Marcel Duchamp said, that the Nude Descending A Staircase No. 2 held influx from Étienne-Jules Marey's stop-motion photography.
Eadweard Muybridge made a book in 1887. Marcel Duchamp may have seen the book, namedAnimal Locomotion. The book showed a chain, of 24 images, of a nude woman going down stairs.
In the United States, of America, was Thomas Eakins. Thomas produced also chains of likenesses that moved in the context of time. Marcel may have seen the works of Thomas, as well as havin seen the works of the other two, Eadweard and Étienne-Jules.
Julian street was the art critic the New York Times. Julian wrote, that Marcel's painting had the appearance, as though it were "an explosion in a shingle factory".