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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Unique painting at the Louvre

This may not be one of the most famous paintings at the Louvre but it is something of a trick painting. As you pass it you will find the man in the red robe coming out of a doorway and waving in your direction. However as you pass this same painting something else happens which you will see in the next photograph. The painting seems to be about a war with the man waving to soldiers.

louvre painting of man in red robe waving

This is the same painting but after you have passed it. The man seems to have turned his face towards you! Interesting how the painter managed to do something clever like this! In the painting you can see more clearly the figures which are kneeling on the ground and in distress.

painting at the louvre in Paris, France

Related Images: The Louvre Museum Paris - exterior and interior with pieces of art
Sketches of Venus de Milo at the Louvre in Paris or Venus de Milo at the Louvre in Paris or Painter at the Louvre, Paris

You might also like Statues and sculptures of women at the Sistine Chapel or Male sculptures in Vatican city museum or Chinese Emperor's Crowns

Or check out all the images in the Sistine Chapel including that of exterior architecture and other types of art.

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