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    The Critics

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    Added 2018-02-12 08:29:14
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    Description

    On a visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, whilst waiting for my wife to return from the long line up for the washroom, I sat with my camera catching the interesting expressions people have looking at the exhibits..... in this case who's staring at who?

     

    Specific details

    Name of Artist: Alan Wylie
    Country: Canada
    Width (inches): 30
    Height (inches): 21
    Media: Watercolor
    Painting Genre: Representational: Figurative / Other

    Rating

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    5.00
    Use of Values
    5.00
    Composition
    3.00
    Mood
    5.00
    Originality
    5.00

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    The Critics

    Great capture of the interesting facial expressions of the visitors. This is just so natural and real life. i like the treatment of the lighting in the background environment.

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