Purple Dancers by Vladimir KushThe title of the piece derives from Degas’ “Blue Dancers.”T
The purple color is an obvious dominant in this painting and symbolizes the ‘detachment’ and ‘superiority’ of the dance. Indeed, the color of the sky is blue, but purple is above it in the most superior layers of the atmosphere, approaching the blackness of the Cosmos. It is the last color in the spectrum that is discernable by the human eye.
Also known is the “Dance of Flowers” from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker ballet.
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