"A portrait is nothing without atmosphere".
Till Freiwald, a Peruvian-born painter, explores the complexities of human existence through his art. In Freiwald's works, emotions and passions define our existence, serving as profound catalysts for innovation and discovery across various disciplines and sciences. Throughout history, eminent artists have captured these emotions in portraits; as Rembrandt, the Dutch master, famously asserted, "a portrait is nothing without atmosphere." What exactly constitutes this 'atmosphere,' and how can it be effectively conveyed in a portrait?