San Francisco feast
The Francisco feast painting is described as a historical entertainment scene. It displays common people and merchants dancing and walking around a market during the early 19th century. The painting was originally considered to represent an effort of the artist, Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824–1904), to depict “the original happy, careless life in California” before the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890. But there are no historical records to support the claim.
The background shows the rich san francisco bay area and the beautiful skyscrapers
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CORKCKSCREWS TWO OIL ON BIRCHWOOD Dozens of corckscews litter the canvas. Aranged in caos the beauty the curvature a of the tool is gifted to the viewer multiple times.
PISTOU You are the first to arrive at the secret party. Thank god you’re here! You seize the opportunity, capturing it in a moment that you will treasure till your dying day. A view of the french countryside with rolling hillsides of cultivated green landscape and best of all wine. This is an excellent setting for a private party. You…
This piece of art is used in all over the world to decorate churches around Easter time. Although it sounds like an interesting snack, the recipe I use is not only easy and quick to prepare, but also gives excellent results with fried or oven-baked potatoes. The art was painted by the famous Dutch painter Pieter Bruegel in 1560 and…
Picnic (at Muir Beach)
Picnic (at Muir Beach) This still life masterpiece is set in a lush green field, overlooking a seascape with rolling mountains with thick fog at the skyline. The scene of the picnic is set in a luxurious and traditional style, that are complimented by a romantic atmosphere. The basket, pillows, and linen set a contrasting tone to a warm and…