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A Farmer Tending His Animals :: Eugene Verboeckhoven

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Eugene Verboeckhoven (1798-1881) A Farmer Tending His Animals

Oil on panel, 54.2 x 40.6 cm ( 21,3 x 16 inch )

Private art collection

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51

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Yuki    June 22, 2014

For three years now I have been waking up at 6am every mornnig. I exercise for one solid hour mixing cardio and core exercises. After the mornnig routine I begin my day. When I miss two days of this rudimented routine I begin to feel a little agitation. I'm less iritable when I maintain my physical wellness and my performance increases at school and work.


User   User Rating: 400  February 15, 2019

Painter's composition, as if the author divided it diagonally in half: the upper part is devoted to the sky, and the lower part is devoted to the foreground with the characters. The artist depicted a farmer who looks after animals, but he tried to include a variety of animals. This, of course, makes the picture more interesting, although it looks a bit exaggerated, fancy. And the sky occupies a whole half of the canvas, it is opposed to the rest of the landscape, it has the same weight as all the [Expand]


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