Pastoral Concert: JUNK

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In any case, we can still enjoy it for the serenity, greenery and a bit of peace from our hurried lives.

spend an idyllic minute with people who talk through music, not words. And even if the artwork doesn't stir these emotions in you, you may ponder on how different the ideal woman's body looked at that time and look at some booty.

The painting is truly serene, beautiful and inspirational -- a tiny escape from the hurrying, harsh world filled with death and imperfection, an escape to an ideal art world, filled with the divine, where people seem not to communicate using words, but through music. 

And even this artwork doesn’t stir the same emotions in you, you may just ponder on how different the ideal women’s body looked at that time and look at some butt.

??? and is a representation of the visible and the invisible -- a theme ever-present in the venetian paintings of that time. 

Two chubby naked chicas  in the company of young, clothed men playing music. 
An ancient, glorified kind of porn? 
It is thought that the painting represents poetry: 
the women exist as a figment in the young men’s imaginations (you bet) 


Two young men sit in an idyllic, serene scene. One has a lute (a stringed instrument) and is nicely dressed. The other has his shoes off. 


It shows an allegory of Poetry, 

This mysterious painting is meant to be an allegory of Poetry, whose symbols - the flute and the pouring water - are shared between two nude women of ideal beauty. 


It's supposed to show poetry and music, as being made by the two men, one of whom is well-dressed. The two nude girls represent their ideas.


This painting was made by Titian, probably taking over from his master Giorgione. 
It's supposed to show poetry and music, as being made by the two men, one of whom is well-dressed. The two nude girls represent their ideas.

Two chubby naked chicas  in the company of young, clothed men playing music. 
An ancient, glorified kind of porn? 
It is thought that the painting represents poetry: 
the women exist as a figment in the young men’s imaginations (you bet) 

??? and is a representation of the visible and the invisible -- a theme ever-present in the venetian paintings of that time. 

But at the end of the day, who cares that much? 
The painting is truly serene, beautiful and inspirational -- a tiny escape from the hurrying, harsh world filled with death and imperfection, an escape to an ideal art world, filled with the divine, where people seem not to communicate using words, but through music. 

And even this artwork doesn’t stir the same emotions in you, you may just ponder on how different the ideal women’s body looked at that time and look at some butt.

This painting evokes a fascinating story of serenity, beauty and poetry, 
a life of one with nature and art, 
an early death and an apprentice heir sparking up a 
multi-generational academic debate of authorship. 


What do you see? 

The first author of the painting is Giorgione who died an early death from plague in 1510, before the completion of the pastoral concert. 

His apprentice, a later renaissance-master Tiziano Vecellio is thought to have taken over “the business” and completed the masterpiece. 

Believe it or not, the question of authorship took A LONG time to figure out and it is unclear whether more academic headspace will be spent ruminating on the topic.


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"Dude, should we tell them we have girlfriends?"
Medieval rock musicians discuss merit of telling medieval groupies that they're gay de
Medieval rock musicians decide to tell persistent medieval groupies 
"Dude, Let's tell these desperate groupies we're not into girls."
"Yeah, but let them feed us lunch first."
to

Dude, these groupies are trying so hard -- we should tell them we're not into girls."
"Ok, but after they finish making lunch for us."


The futile and persistent seduction by medieval groupies of star troubadours secretly of a different persuasion.

The agreement of star troubadours to tell of their different persuasion to persistently seductive groupies, after eating the lunch they've made.

"Dude, we should tell them that we're not into girls." "Yeah, but let's wait until they finish making our lunch."
The futile

Futile Persistent seduction
Picnic with persistently seductive groupies in denial about band members' lack of interest in girls

an obviously gay band.

dude, we should tell them it's not going to work, that we're not into girls.
ok, but don't say anything until they finish making our lunch.

let's do it after they make our lunch.


but let's wait till they finish making our lunch.

The persistent and futile seduction by groupies of a gay acoustic band.
Desperate groupies in denial about obviously gay band members.

Dude, they're not stopping -- 

Should we tell them we are gay

dude, this is ridiculous. let's tell these groupies that we're not into girls before it goes any further.
ok, but let's first eat the lunch they're making.
The coming out of gay troubadours to groupies trying to seduce them.
The coming out of gay troubadours to persistent groupies
The troubling discussion of troubadours before coming out as gay to persistent, seductive medieval groupies.Gtroubadours decide to first eat 

"Dude, we should tell these medieval groupies that we're not into girls, before this goes any further!"

The Decision: famed troubadours decide to come out as gay to unsuccessful and persistently seductive medieval groupies. 

Dude, this is embarrassing -- let's tell them we're not into girls before this gets any worse.



troubadours oblivious to the seduction of persistent groupies, discussing gay rights
persistent groupies ineffectively seducing gay troubadours
persistent groupies ignorant of troubadours sexuality, 
persistent groupies trying to seduce openly gay troubadours
The Groupies, persistently trying to seduce openly gay troubadours

rockstars decide to come out to groupies -- after they've made lunch
medieval rock stars decide to tell groupies that they're not into girls
medieval rock stars discuss whether to come out as gay to persistent groupies -- before or after lunch?
gay medieval rock musicians agreeing to come out to persistent groupies, but after they've made lunch.

troubadours discuss the merits of telling their persistent groupies that they're not into women -- before or after lunch.
man, these groupies are persistent


"So awkward, dude. We should tell these groupies that we're not into girls."
"Ok, but wait until they've finished making us lunch."

"Dude, awkward. I've a girlfriend."
"Girlfriend?! I thought you were into me!"

The musicians, oblivious to the seduction of the groupies, 
The medieval rock musicians, oblivious to the seduction of the groupies, discuss 

"Dude, should I say I've a girlfriend?" "Girlfriend? I thought you liked ME!"
"Should we tell them that we're not into girls?'
"Let's have lunch before we tell them that we're not into girls."
"Should we wait until after they've made lunch to tell them that we're not into girls?"
"Let's wait for them to make lunch before we tell them that we're not into girls."


Dude, don't want to break their hearts, but should we tell them that we're into guys?

should we tell them that we're not into girls?"






References: Louvre.