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My last view of Italy, looking from the Alps over Suza, John Glover, 1835, From the collection of: Art Gallery of New South Wales
I like this because it looks very realistic. I can see people and animals. The mountains looks fade, so it looks real.
A Winding Road - Cornish Landscape, Sir Matthew Smith, 1920, From the collection of: British Council
I liked the way how the artist uses only red, blue and green. Even though there are only 3 colors, I can still see what is in the picture. there are houses, trees, lake, bridge.......etc
Stool, E. Fay Jones, ca. 1955, From the collection of: Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
This artwork is soooooooo REALISTIC! There are broken marks on the wood if you look carefully! I still can't believe that it is a drawing
Crown, Ewe, 1900 - 1950, From the collection of: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
I like this crown because it is very detailed. In the middle there are 2 animals, (maybe an elephant and a deer). It was maybe the 2 main animals of the unknown country.
Naturaleza muerta con ponqué, Fernando Botero, 1990, From the collection of: Museo Botero, Bogotá
I like this artwork because it looks very old even though it was made in 1990
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