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I chose this because its really pretty and I love the color and the design of the walls.
I chose this painting because I love the snow and the shadow over the house.
This is Mont Sainte-Victoire, by Paul Cezanne. I chose this painting because of the amazing details and the contrast in different colors.
This is After the Bath by Edgar Degas. I chose this painting because of how realistic yet unrealistic the woman looks.
This is Lynch Family by Joseph Hirsch. I chose this painting because of how it represents how hard it actually is to support your family at times.
This is Kneeling in an Armchair, by Mary Cassatt. I chose this because it doesn't seem to be finished, and I like the contrast in the finished portion and the small sketch.
This is Fall of the Rebel Angels by Italian. I chose this because of the amazing details put into each individual person.
This is Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California, by Dorothea Lange. I chose this because its another piece of art that shows the hardships of parenthood.
This is Mrs. Cecil Wade, by John Singer Sargent. I chose this painting because of the details put into the womans dress, and the shadows in the background.
This is London Paperdelle, by Ron Arad. I chose this because it looks like (and probably is) a scroll of paper that has been laid out as if its being presented.
This is Coffeepot by Jean Valentin Morel, and Morel and Cie. I chose this because its very beautiful and very detailed, and I like how new it looks even though its from the 18th century.
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