Virtosu renders a stunningly beautiful canvas conveying the power of abstract and the artist’s visceral response to visualization of a genius. One of the most complete and beautiful pieces the artist has yet produced, and among the most interesting British art has yet created. The dignity of the image and the statuesque impressiveness, prove an originality of mood, authenticity of conception, and a sort of artist poetry of feeling.
A bright mixture of colors, in the midst of which is the centerpiece. The latter is dominated by red, followed by black and grey, with the yellow being negligible. The center is a discernible shape of a head. Unique and mesmerizing are the two words which come to mind when gazing at, and reflecting upon this painting.
This is evident from the many paintings done on Albert Einstein, most featuring the subject in recognizable form. This interpretation gains greater traction when we move to the four spikes protruding from the right side of the head. Three directly project from his brain and two show the grey moving along the spikes. This is an artistic depiction of Einstein’s mind and it is dripping ideas, which take form and shape in surrounding.
Whilst yellow dominates, other colors make appearance, such as the purple in the bottom right corner, the orange in the upper right side and the blue scattered around. These are Einstein’s ideas and, as depicted, they are beautiful.
Impressive in size and saturation, the Albert Einstein canvas shows a specific spectrum the artist chose for depicting a genius. In the age when public curiosity is fueling interest in the unknown, Virtosu’s primary motivation is to transcribe the progress makers of the glorious world we all witness.