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The Temple and Tank of Walkeschwar at Bombay :: Edwin Lord Weeks

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Edwin Lord Weeks (1849-1903) The Temple and Tank of Walkeschwar at Bombay

Oil on canvas 114.3 x 165.7 cm ( 45 x 65,1 inch )

Private art collection

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51





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Marat   User Rating: 376  December 28, 2019


The artwork of Edwin Lord Weeks is vertical format painting. The painting is best and ideally suited for Arabian interior style of home decoration. I do not like the artwork of Edwin Lord Weeks The Temple and Tank of Walkeschwar at Bombay. The tone of the painting is not light and warm. The atmosphere is quite depressing. He painted a crowd of people who is gathering near the Temple. It seems that they are religious fanatics and strongly believe in miraculous force of water. So that they are swimming [Expand]

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