Pauls and the twenty-first century Beckmann exhibit both contain paintings of "spiritual significance," that both display religious-seeming tryptychs, makes the meander over the bridge ironically a bit of an arc across the human condition.
While often mutedly displaying their traditional lineaments, Beckmann's more famous paintings--the tryptychs, the brazen self-portraits, the panels of mutilated and tortured figures--appear to be derived, not from the experiences of a particular religion or culture, but from a deep perpetual category of unregulated impulse that lies always beneath the veneer of culture.
William Shookhoff conducted Ensemble TrypTych
in Frid's own nine-instrument reduction of the score with precision, and consistently brought out the work's stark beauty.
People are investing in medium- to large-scale single canvasses or tryptychs
and generally have more requests for stylised and contemporary designs rather than classical designs.