1. Elena

    C. Monet – Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe

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    Monet's Luncheon on the Grass from the nineteenth century made particularly prevalent the trend from the seventeenth-century Dutch still-life, which offers a different world - one that is sensual and private. It makes the viewer comfortable, brings him down to earth and puts him in front of the food. Aristocratic meals gradually became much more informal and the Dutch still-life participates in that same tendency in the representation of food. Its viewer-as-diner implication led to numerous later visions of easy dining with the personal participation of the spectator.
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