Girl in the Red Coat Venice Limited edition prints | Paintings of Venice Italy – Alan Reed
Girl in the Red Coat Venice Print
Italy – The Girl in the Red Coat features the artist’s eldest grandaughter Emily holding her grandmothers hand. They scurried across the iconic stage of Piazza San Marco in Venice through a snow shower.
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This print of the Girl in the Red Coat reminds many of the famous film by Nicolas Roeg’s hero of “Don’t Look Now” . The film is a rational man who does not believe in psychics, omens or the afterlife. The film hammers down his skepticism and destroys him. It involves women who have an intuitive connection with the supernatural, and men who with their analytical minds are trapped in denial–men like the architect, the bishop and the policeman, who try to puzzle out the events of the story. The architect’s wife, the blind woman and her sister try to warn them, but cannot.
Nicolas Roeg’s 1973 film remains one of the great horror masterpieces, working not with fright, which is easy, but with dread, grief and apprehension. Few films so successfully put us inside the mind of a man who is trying to reason his way free from mounting terror. Roeg and his editor, Graeme Clifford, cut from one unsettling image to another. The movie is fragmented in its visual style, accumulating images that add up to a final bloody moment of truth.