“four G.R.A.V.>i>T.Y. seven”

“four G.R.A.V.>i>T.Y. seven” [Scientific Art, 11th April 2019] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, blue ink pen on A3 light textured paper – signed.  Digitally edited photograph.  Original Artwork Saying created September 2017.


“The Thinking From Old”

NASA ID: GSFC_20171208_Archive_e001362, A Monster in the Milky Way Center: GSFC Creator: NASA Goddard.

“The Thinking from Old”

“Metals cover over,

the Mirror returns the Light,

from the Outside it cannot be seen,

not without the Passing,

very great are Their multitudinous speeds,

all of Them compacted like the smallest of atoms,

the Outermost band is marvellously deep that Light itself is held,

the Outermost band keeps It safe”

by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, copyright ©7th April 2019

This is all I can comprehend of this phenomena in the present time.

‘The Thinking from Old’ [9th April 2019] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, blue ink pen on A3 light textured paper – signed. Digital filter and effects applied to photograph. Original poem copyright 7th April 2019. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Original NASA website link A Monster in the Milky Way reads as follows:

This image shows the star-studded center of the Milky Way towards the constellation of Sagittarius.  The crowded center of our galaxy contains numerous complex and mysterious objects that are usually hidden at optical wavelengths by clouds of dust — but many are visible here in these infrared observations from Hubble.  However, the most famous cosmic object in this image still remains invisible: the monster at our galaxy’s heart called Sagittarius A*.  Astronomers have observed stars spinning around this supermassive black hole (located right in the center of the image), and the black hole consuming clouds of dust as it affects its environment with its enormous gravitational pull.  Infrared observations can pierce through thick obscuring material to reveal information that is usually hidden to the optical observer.  This is the best infrared image of this region ever taken with Hubble, and uses infrared archive data from Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3, taken in September 2011. Credit: NASA

Image shown above courtesy of NASA.



Louisa Beresford, Marchioness of Waterford, Lady Waterford

‘Two Children Picking Flowers’ [pre 1861] by Louisa Beresford, Lady Waterford, watercolour, 8ins x 5.5ins.

Louisa Beresford, Marchioness of Waterford

Link to the Artworks of Louisa Anne, Marchioness of Waterford [courtesy of Wikipedia]


Marcel Dyf Forever With Claudine

[Marcel Dyf video courtesy of Learn from Masters on Youtube]

I discovered the artworks of French painter Marcel Dyf whilst viewing the social media of an art blogging site.  A warm thank you to all creators and supporters of our mutual enjoyment for international Art.

Please enjoy a video of Marcel Dyf’s artworks courtesy of Learn from Masters on Youtube, video above.  I’ve also created a poem inspired by Marcel’s artworks to share with you entitled Sacré Ciel.

Sacré Ciel” a poem by Matt The Unfathomable Artist:

“Marcel flowered fruits orchard bloom bosomed womb

Inward outward gardens honest multi-coloured plume

Ordered compositions ♬ Camille Saint-Saëns ♬ Étienne

Yellow Skirted Modesty

Sacré Ciel du Museon Arlaten

Claudine à la Guitare for display

y el Mandolina humilité

Le Verre de Hroms et Titane became

Bequeathed to the Aquarium seas

turning Verde Oscuro pleased

Châtaigne Profond 

Still moving Farmyards bond

Gathering by the fountain pond

Lamelles des Bois

Wrought Lively Fronds

Flamenco Red Diving Sun

Les Danses furnace Hearted fun 😍”

Copyright © 4th January 2019 by Matt The Unfathomable Artist


Angels Viewing the Art of Giotto di Bondone

Number 36, Scenes from the Life of Christ: Number 20, Lamentation – The Mourning of Christ
[c1304 – 1306] by Giotto di Bondone, fresco at the Scrovegni Chapel – Padua, Italy, (H) 200cm x (W) 185cm

Today in the month of December 2018 I’d like to share with you ‘Number 36, Scenes from the Life of Christ: Number 20, Lamentation – The Mourning of Christ’ [c1304 – 1306] by Giotto di Bondone.

Today I found one of the inspirations for Vincent Van Gogh.

“In his own time, people wrote of Giotto ‘first he put “goodness” into the expression of human heads’.” – words by Van Gogh quoting Vasari, from the book by Jules Michelet ‘L’amour’, [produced 1859] page 381.


Cuneiformal Art by J M W Turner

Light and Colour (Goethe’s Theory) – the Morning after the Deluge – Moses Writing the Book of Genesis‘ [1843] by Joseph Mallord William Turner, Oil on canvas, 78.5 cm × 78.5 cm (30.9 in × 30.9 in).

Today I discovered a new work of abstract art, please see the above dated 1843.


Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoi and the Physician Karl Andreyevich Rauchfus

The Mermaids‘ [1871] by Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoi, Oil on canvas, 88 cm (34.6 in) height x 132 cm (51.9 in) width.

In this blog article we will be perusing the artist Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoi (link courtesy of Wikipedia).

Portrait of an Unknown Woman‘ [1883] by Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoi, Oil on canvas, 75.5 cm (29.7 in) height x 99 cm (38.9 in) width.

The following words are written by Trenton B. Olsen:

Finally, I thank my dear family.  Truly this degree and thesis belong to them as much as it does to me.

Any success I have had is due to the amazing support and sacrifice of my incredible wife, as well the smiles and giggles of my baby boy.”

You can read all about it by Trenton B. Olsen from the Department of Visual Arts, Brigham Young University and his scholarly article here:

URL link: Fallen Womanhood and Modernity in Ivan Kramskoi’s Unknown Woman (1883)

and in PDF format: Scholarly article by Trenton B Olsen (publicly published).

You can download either of these same-said links for further research at your own leisure.  I would passionately art-urge you to do so as the contents are a glorious delight to read 📜.

Christ in the Wilderness‘ [1872] by Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoi, Oil on canvas, 180cm × 210cm.

… nothing more than a person.” quotation by Kramskoi.

A person like you and me.

Laughter! Hail, King of the Jews‘ [1877-82] by Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoi, Oil on canvas, The Depth vs The Height.

“Imagine, really: there is a guy who says – only I know where salvation is. Well … fine, let’s dress him up as a jester-king … and seeing this show, everyone, everyone who was there roared with laughter … ” quotation by Kramskoi himself.

“I used to cry in the most Northern Place of My People.  They would see me and they would cry heavily with me in their hearts.  My People are in the East and the South Places too.  I have My People in the Islands throughout the Divers Places and in the Western Places where the Elk calls out like the Angel that made them strong.”

The Unfathomable Artist holds no specific political or religious affiliation other than with the individual retaining the utmost moral regard for life and freedom from persecution.