"B110 – WHEN FISHES CAME OUT OF THE WATER …2010."|
Acrylic on canvas - 49 Inches x 75 Inches
B110 – WHEN FISHES CAME OUT OF THE WATER …2010 - Acrylic on canvas 125 x 190 cm – 49,2 x 74,8 inches. - BABYLONIAN \ (Text translated by Google) \ This painting assumes a continuation of the previous one, namely the B109 (When gods were men ... 2009) with which it forms a diptych, 125 x 380 cm \ 49,2 x 149,6 inches. His interpretation necessarily follows, for the record, I refer you to his text for more information! On the other hand, you guessed it, the marine influence is predominant as often, whenever it comes to Mesopotamia. The origin of humanity is revealed by the origin of hieroglyphics to cuneiform. What could be easier than drawing a fish to represent: First sign = -3,300 years. Second sign = -2800 years, turn 90 degrees. This shift will be for the most part, for other performances: man, woman, animal, plant, etc.. Then the third sign = -2400 years, the appearance of cuneiform while keeping the main guidelines! The language and the signs are multiplying, the first mapping appears at the end of the millennium, is the fourth sign = - 1800 years. The last sign (known?) Is the new Assyrian 5th sign = - 700 years before Jesus Christus. Until one day appear the letter pronunciations and writing as we know it today! Fish written: HA and decide: ha ku. All this told in accelerated ... But the most surprising is that it has lasted over 4000 years, well above our current writing! We need to remember in our world of evolution and involution permanent. If you have identified the tree of life at the center of the table, the abduction of a minor goddess by a centaur, although this representation is more Greek than Etruscan Babylonian! At the extreme right, the scorpion man, although Sumerian, is the protector and defender of the path leading to the setting sun to allow it to make its long journey until sunrise. The rest is known to you, if you know my other paintings in the series Babylon. About the title of this painting, it has a purpose consistent with Mesopotamian mythology: "When fishes came out of the water … they became men ! "