PALAIS DU LOUVRE, PARIS, FRANCE
Would love to share with you to propose about the animals in art. We found in the works of arts in the Musee du Louvre. Which we have seen the details in art.
The Louvre or the Louvre Museum is one of the world’s largest museums and a historic monument. A central landmark of Paris. Nearly 35,000 objects from prehistory to the 21st century. The Louvre is the world’s most visited museum.
Louvre building as a building shaped U and connected ,There is a glass pyramid in the middle.In this corner overlooking the Eiffel Tower in the distance.
Artists often have a playful and the participation animals in art, whether it be paintings, sculptures.
This remarkable marble sculpture, it might be because the duck trying to struggle out of the arms of the boy with the ruthless eyes. Artists can tell a wonderful feeling through art.
The paintings here are beautiful and valuable every piece.
These are paintings with animals at the Palais Du Louvre, Paris, France (We have presented only one part).
Indicates the relationship of human beings with animals that coexist for a long time. Which is usually hidden in the artwork. Make art meaningful, valuable, attractive and perfect more.
Such as the painting of a young girl with a giant cat, Lord with large dog or a dog fleeing soldier.
The lion painting and the dog painting that are located opposite each other (that are meaning of something).
We appreciate the creative and the earnestness of artist which caused the precious art.
Let’s go to Egypt zone. So exciting!!!
This area you can see the glass pyramids clearly. We walked until exhaustion.
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Conclusion : In our view. The artist has given the animal into a work makes perfect narrative without the words anymore. Like the saying ” just one image can be represent thousands of the words.
Art makes life back to calm and concentrate. Worth very much to visit.
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♡ Thanks to information from the Wikipedia.org.
♡ All photos by Apisit Soontornmitrapab at Singhato Studio.
♡ Author by Pratyumon Soontornmitrapab at Singhato Studio.
♡ Date 30 September 2011