The Sun is Passing the Sign of Sagittarius form cycle "Zodiac"

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This painting by Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis, titled "The Sun is Passing the Sign of Sagittarius," is a captivating work from his "Zodiac" cycle. In this fascinating composition, the artwork is imbued with a sense of myth and mysticism closely tied to the themes of astrology and celestial movement.At the heart of the painting stands a solitary figure perched atop a rugged peak. The figure is dramatically posed, arms raised high, holding what appears to be a bow, drawing attention to the traditional symbol associated with the Sagittarius zodiac sign – the archer. This bold human figure against the vast sky evokes a connection between humanity and the cosmos, symbolically linking the earthly and the divine.Above the figure, dominating the upper portion of the canvas, is a majestic, large bird in flight, which spans almost the full width of the painting. The bird could be interpreted as a celestial guardian or a symbol of freedom, soaring through the heavens. This element adds a dynamic sense of movement and energy to the scene.The background is layered with bands of color gradations, transitioning from the light golden hues of the horizon up to the darker blues and murky greens of the night sky.


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