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Series Painting - Bye Remedios by Lozano Mary

Bye Remedios is a painting by Lozano Mary which was uploaded on May 23rd, 2007.

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Page 255, Harper Perennial Publishing House 1997. “… One afternoon in March, when Fernanda wanted to fold her Brabant sheets in the garden and asked the women in the house for help. She had just begun when Amaranta noticed that Remedios the Beauty was covered all over an intense paleness... Don’t you fell well. She asked her. Remedios the Beauty, who was clutching the sheet by the other end, gave a pitying smile.“-Quite the opposite,”

...She said. “I never felt better” She had just finished sayen when Fernanda felt a delicate wind of light pull the sheets out of her hands and open them up wide. Amaranta felt a mysterious trembling in the lace on her petticoats and she tried to grasp the sheet so that she would not fall down at the instant in which Remedios the Beauty began to rise.

Úrsula, almost blind at the time, was the only person who was sufficiently calm to identify the nature of that determined wind and she left the sheets to the mercy of the light as she watched Remedios the Beauty waving good-by in the midst of the flapping sheets that rose up with her abandoning with her the environment of beetles and dahlias and passing thought the air with her as four o’clock in the afternoon came to an end, an

they were lost for ever with her in the upper atmosphere where not even the highest-flying birds of memory could reach her.... The outsider, of course, thought that Remedios the Beauty had finally succumbed to her irrevocable fate of a queen bee and that her family was trying to save her honor with that tale of levitation. Fernanda, burning with envy , finally accepted the miracle, and for a .long time she kept on praying to God to send her back her sheets."