Luncheon of the Boating Party has been one of the known painting by the French artist Renoir born in 19th century. The painting stands as a celebrative depiction a merry company type gathering. Despite being just a regular day, it boasts about goodness of general life. Luncheon of the Boating Party Analysis The depiction is made in the similar strokes of his another painting The Ball at the Moulin de la Galette. Small, light toned strokes for a smooth output. This unique depiction way makes the whole picture a bit blurry as the lines aren’t hard enough in compare to other conventional methods. Subject matter of the painting is apparent. Some people have gathered at a house’s balcony to have some good time. Total of […]
Liberty Leading the People is an early 19th century painting which represents personified goddess of liberty, Marianne leading the general people of France towards freedom while stepping on the corpses. She is the central figure and looks determined towards her work. Liberty leading the People Analysis Painting represents around 8 prominent figures including two dead men. Everyone has their own place and meaning and their placement in the painting are according to their importance regarding to the core subject. Though, the most vital character is goddess Liberty herself. The subject of the painting is derived from the July Revolution of France in 1830. The revolution overthrew the king Charles X. The posture of Marianne is firm and determined. She is looking at the fellow countrymen […]
This painting includes a total of 112 Natherlandish proverbs in a single scene. The proverbs are taken literally. For instance, “To crap on the world” is literally represented as a person crapping on a globe. The depiction is on the left corner of the picture where a man in red clothes is coming out of a window. Artist of the Flemish renaissance from 16th century, Pieter Bruegel the Elder was known for similar works, which included The Seven Deadly Sins, The Months, Big Fish Eats Little Fish and The Blind leading the Blind. Pieter Bruegel the younger, the artist’s son had depicted more than 20 versions of the paintings. Here is one of them.