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Incidence of the Neutrosphy and Popular Elements in the Sculptural Works of Romanian Constantin Brâncusi

Mihaela-Gabriela Păun

The study is an application in the esthetic field of the neutrosophic theory of Florentin Smarandache. The double thesis towards which it is argumented is the following:
a) popular, sculptural elements, initially neutral, entered in the sculptural profile of Constantin Brâncuşi and became “brâncuşiene”;
b) at the same time, those elements have kept a quasineutrality, in the sense that they are still used as popular elements “non-Brâncuşi-ian”!, by the masters of icons and crosses from Oltenia.

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