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A fine feast

In the foreground of the painting we can see a group of people who have stopped for a quick lunch break. But who are they and what's their story?

A mysterious game

If we zoom into the center of the painting, we find a group of villagers who seem to be playing a pretty strange game. Is that a... live goose?

See the sea

You can almost feel the salty sea breeze coming in from the water on the horizon.

The naked truth

In the middle distance we can see a small swimming hole in a shady grove. And what's that in the water...?

Scurrying scrumpers

Spotted the fancy castle and its orchard in the top left? There's something shady about the people hiding in the shade...

The Harvesters, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, 1565

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Crafting with copper

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Made in the mountains

'Work Song' was Wang Wenbin’s graduate work for his oil painting major, made based on sketches he had done in the Yimeng Mountains.

A realist classic

In 1962, this work was shown at the New Buds Art Exhibition, where it received widespread recognition and became a classic of Chinese realist painting.

Infectious happiness

Viewers are naturally infected with the happiness of the five girls working in the center of the painting. Their long hair and garments fly in the wind.

Working together

The girl in the red shirt in the middle pulls up the stone with both hands, while the four girls around her each pull on a rope. With the rhythm of the work song, they pull back with all their strength, lifting the stone together.

Sun in the sky

The clear sky is dotted with clouds, with the strong sunlight shining through.

Look a little closer

Several other work teams can be seen in the distance. The red flags of the building site flutter in the wind, drawing the viewer’s eye into the distance.

Work Song, Wang Wenbin, 1962

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Throughout the years, additions to the Royal Collection were made by Frederick, Prince of Wales, George III, George IV, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, and Queen Mary, consort of King George V.

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Claude Monet
'The Water-Lily Pond' by Claude Monet, The National Gallery, London

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The details you might have missed

What medium of art is this?
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Stained glass
'The swallows' by Laboratorio Picchiarini, Musei di Villa Torlonia