Famous Art Pt. 4

Luncheon in the Studio By Edouard Manet - Famous Art - Handmade Oil Painting On Canvas


Critics and viewers continually question the meaning of Edouard Manet's "Luncheon in the Studio" painting. But who says everything has to have a deeper significance? Sometimes, it is what it is. What you see is what you get. And nothing's wrong with that. This is probably the reason why despite what some critics say, this remains to be one of the most important and major works of the great French artist. At the centre of the painting is a young man, believed to be a portrait of Leon Leenhoff. At the table is a gentleman holding a cigar. A woman servant stands at the edge of the table, holding a jar and looking at a black cat on the chair. These figures appear out of place and don't seem to belong in one picture, making the whole thing enigmatic.

This is an image of the famous artwork. We will hand paint a beautiful reproduction of this masterpiece in the size below.

Size: 69 cm (h) x 90 cm (w)
27 in (h) x 35 in (w)

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Material: Oil Paint on Canvas

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