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While I'm in a moderatly depressed mood for no apparent reason, has anyone seen the painting by Giorgio de Chirico, 'Melancholy and the Mystery of a Street' ? Apart from being one of my favourite works of art, it encapsulates exactly how I visualise my fears when I feel a panic attack coming on.

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you must let us see it. I used to enjoy art/expression but no longer connect therefore it doesn't interest me. But I'd take a look anyway :roll:
 

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it is quite threatening :?

See this is when I understand that I should feel frustrated. Im aware thats a pathetic respose (above), I would have been capable of so much more before, I know that. But I cant even consolidate a decent disscussion :evil:
 

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Isn't it a fantastic work of art. I adore it. Sometimes I wish I could wake up and live in a world like that, full of dark mystery, a little threat, but the promise of magic and unseen wonders. Superb stuff.
 

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Martinelv said:
Isn't it a fantastic work of art. I adore it. Sometimes I wish I could wake up and live in a world like that, full of dark mystery, a little threat, but the promise of magic and unseen wonders. Superb stuff.
That's one of the appeals surrealism has always held for me. Fantastic otherworlds that I could just lose myself in.

De Chirico was always one of my favorites too (pity he had to get off on that old master kick).

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