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  The Orchestra, Biergarten is about having an orchestra in a beer garden while people have some quality time under the shadows of –most likely- the chestnut trees. The orchestra is trying to give their best for the happy audience. Considerably large oil on canvas painting is holding up a good history behind its happy musical scene. Biergarten is a German word from which Beer Garden is derived. People didn’t just brought their chairs and beers under trees and started drinking at their. Behind the custom of a beer-garden there is a long history lying. The root of the custom is in 16th century when Albert V was ruling. He got the reports that the breweries were becoming a major reason for sudden fires in […]

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The Ball at the Moulin de la Galette by Pierre Auguste Renoir is a depiction of a small French Town’s outskirt area with a lively beer-garden. People are dancing, drinking and having sensuous flirting activities to have a joyous time. The sunlight sieved through tree-branches is giving the environment a balanced and pleasant air. The whole place seems to be filled with music, dance-steps, laughs and gossips. The painting currently ranks at number six on the list of the most expensive paintings with the price tag of $78.1 in 1990, which translates into staggering $141.5 million if we adjust the figure with the price inflation. Moulin de la Galette is a windmill in the district of Montmartre, Paris. This is the same place where Vincent […]

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