THE BREAKFAST TABLE

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An painting in a room, a dull light breakfast includes a quiet scene with a table set time for breakfast. Other breakfast foods at the top and the image next to the egg white is placed on a table covered with a tablecloth. This table is positioned under a shade  extending over.. Light bright objects are reflected in table and White tablecloths. Artist inspired by the way the partially volumes suggesting the Impressionists and lights and shadows, table, table setting and dissolving the shimmering light reflexes tones of different colours why depth is used so colorful is pleasing.

paulo modersohn becker

Paula Becker was born and grew up in Dresden-Friedrichstadt. He is the third child of seven children in her family. Her father was a Russian University Professor’s son who was employed with the German railway. Her mother was from an aristocratic family, and her family are a cultured and intellectual one so  their children had the oppurtinity to enjoy this family’s generous approach to education . the family moved to Dresden in 1888 .

 

While visiting an aunt in London, Becker received her first instruction in drawing in 1893 she was introduced to the circle of artists like Worpswede; Otto Modersohn, Fritz Mackensen, Fritz Benedict and Heinrich Vogeler Bremen’s Kunsthalle, She had chance to admire their paintings in  Bremen Art Museum. 1893-1895, besides her training at school B Becker took private lessons of the paintings as well. In the year 1896 she attended a course of painting and drawing sponsered by ‘ Verein der Berliner Künstlerinnen ‘ (Union of Berlin women artists)which helped the women passionate  for painting.

Becker’s friend Clara Westhoff left Bremen went  to  Paris for the education in early 1899. In December of the same year, Becker followed her there and tried the Académie Colarossi Latin Quarter in 1900

 

April 1900 in Paris by the great Centennial Exhibition was there for her eyes to fest. On this occasion Fritz Benedict and together with her husband Otto Modersohn, came in June. The patient wife lost her life so, Helen made it to  Worpswede. This message with Modersohn and Overbecks had to ga back to Germany .

 

Paula married Otto Modersohn in 1901 and Otto Modersohn’s, two-year-old daughter was adopted by Paulo as a  stepmother. Working at her full Capacity  for two years later,she moved to Paris in 1903, back to where she left her uncompleted task. SHe and Modersohn lived apart from each other until then she made a decesion to go bak to Germany in the hope of  getting her own  child in 1907,

Even though a long time passed after her marriage  it didn’t bear a fruit just because their marriage wasn’t consumated .. By 1906, Becker (now Paula Modersohn-Becker) to avoid previous’s desire to have a child, began a relationship with and a well known Parisian ‘ womenizer’. However, she returned to her husband early in 1907 and  became pregnant and that in November gave birth toher daughter  Mathilde. She complained of severe leg pain after pregnancy .A bed rest of long days was ordered by the physician. After 18 days She felt a relief to get up and begin to move, but apparently an embolism formed in her leg  moved a way  to her vital organs to kill her, . Within hours of her rising to feet  made her eyes to close to this world at a very young age.

Artistic events

1898 in age 22, Becker was taken as the Royal Academy of dramatic art and her life began in the big city where had a strong protest against the sovereignty of the society of art.She worked on the works of  Worpswede, Fritz Mackensen (1866-1953) and Heinrich Vogeler (1872-1942). She painted the scenes of the nearby farmers and studied under the North German landscape painting.She made friends with Clara Westhoff (1875-1954) sculptor and poet Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) were close friendships with them.

 

Paula Becker was couragous enough to start painting of  issues of naked women years before women painters did not dare to use these figures in their works.

 

Paula Becker methods of realism and Naturalism were left for the favour of  Fauvism techniques to move. She was  influenced by Picasso’s paintings .

 

10 Proven Health Benefits of Eggs

 

Some are rare in the modern diet loaded with nutrients

Eggs cab be   classified the food  of the every day every meal  as a few foods include 10 health benefits which have proven by the scientific  studies in humans

Incredible edible eggs served on our tables   are among the most nutritious foods in the world.

An egg  contains all the necessary nutrients to turn a single cell into a whole egg baby chicken

 

One large boiled or fried  egg  includes.:.

 

Vitamin A: 6% RDA

Folate :. . 5% R

vitamin B5:

7% RDA vitamin B12: vitamin B2

9% .. R :. R

15% Phosphorus: 9% R

Selenium .. BMI of 22%

Eggs are also Vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin B6, calcium and zinc contains a good amount.

 

 

 

WINTER WHEAT SOUP

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 cup (210 g) wheat berries or spelt
  • 1 large carrot, peeled, halved lengthwise, and cut across into thin slices
  • 2 medium parsnips, peeled, cut in half lengthwise and then across into 1/4-inch (.5-cm) slices
  • 1 medium turnip, peeled and cut into thin wedges
  • 2 large leeks, white part only, split in half lengthwise, washed well, and cut across into thin slices
  • 1 medium sweet potato, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch (1-cm) cubes
  • 3 medium ribs celery, peeled and cut across into thin slices
  • 1/2 cup cup (40 g) celery leaves, coarsely chopped
  • 2 tablespoons coarse salt
  • 1/2 cup (10 g) cilantro leaves
  • freshly ground black pepper, to taste

    PREPARATION

    In a medium stockpot, bring the wheat berries and 13 cups (3.25 liters) water to a boil for added flavor, replace some or all of the water with garlic brothe. Lower the heat and simmer, partially covered, for 50 minutes, or until the wheat berries are almost cooked through, but not mushy.

    Stir in the carrot, parsnips, turnip, and leeks. Return to a boil. Lower the heat and simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Stir in the sweet potato and celery. Simmer for 10 more minutes.

    Stir in the celery leaves and salt. Simmer for 1 minute. Add the cilantro and simmer for 1 minute. Season with pepper.

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