Look at them. So happy together, they surely will love, comfort, honor and keep each other in sickness and in health, remaining faithful as long as they both shall live.
I’m wondering which couple did Oscar Sancho Nin portrait in “Marriage”. He certainly perceived their love, another completely different story is how he expresses it on the canvas, but they seem happy right?
Just like his friend, artist and art critic Juan Elorduy puts it, “Oscar opens us many unusual doors into unexplored territories… breaking the fears, facing the unknown and showing some of its sides”. It’s quite funny how I was just reading this afternoon an article about how our brain “reorganizes” itself when watching a horror film (from an article published on Science based on Erno Hermans’ studies), how we become more alert and we act “quicker”.
Oscar’s big & small creatures may generate some norepinephrine in you, highly beneficial if you need to stay awake. You can use his works as a caffeine substitute from now on, any other big monster or horror movies also apply.
Or, you can simply admire Oscar’s portfolio and hope he doesn’t use you as a model, unless you want to see your inner self.