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‘Thanksgiving, 2003’ is a large portrait format oil painting by American artist John Currin. It depicts in fine detail three young women of similar appearance (thin with pale skin and blonde hair) within an ornate setting decorated with marble columns, a chandelier and a silver-framed mirror. The woman on the left of the composition, holding the silver lid of a saucepan in one hand, feeds a spoon to a woman in a black dress next to her, who is arching her neck and opening her mouth in a manner reminiscent of a young bird or fish. The third woman, who is wearing a brown smock, sits on the right of the painting with her head bowed and a grape in her hand. On the table in front of the women is an enormous uncooked turkey, along with a bunch of grapes, an onion, a white plate and a vase of flowers (which contains both decaying and vibrant roses). Although the title Thanksgiving refers to the American holiday when turkey is traditionally served, the highly mannered style of this work – as well as the somewhat anachronistic clothing and décor depicted – seems to recall the tradition of northern European Renaissance painting. In Thanksgiving, however, Currin appears to add a gothic or sickly edge to a traditional family scene, with the raw flesh of the turkey, the dying flowers, the sombre clothing, and the strange expressions and elongated necks of the two standing figures providing a sense of unease. In this respect the work seems to echo the analysis art historian Robert Rosenblum offered in 2000: ‘A trip to “Currinland” is like science fiction, in which most familiar things – old master paintings, girly photos, cherry ads for wholesome American products – are uncannily transformed into new kinds of humanoids. In his eerie universe, everything looks both commonplace and fantastic’
This week I'm running around Paris, showing my work to fantastic people and businesses. It's exciting but also exhausting and I can't wait to be back at my desk drawing... especially as I have so many wonderful commissions lined up 🤗 meanwhile here's a portrait of classic beauty @bellahadid inspired by XIIth century Byzantine column capitals 💛⚜️💛
#FCCEditorsChoice goes to Stuart Creasey with his picture titled 'Magnificent'. The Camera Club editor shared his thoughts on this picture: "I chose this photo for a couple of factors. I think the photographer captured the ornate features very well including a large depth of field. So you can see detail up close and farther in the back and on the roof! I also liked that the main focus of the shot is centered with the pews cascading on each side. Note to get this detail the photographer leveraged a fast film speed of 12800 ISO!". #StPaulsCathedral#London#Cathedral#cameraclub#photography#ornate#gold#building
Swipeee👉🏼👉🏼Our recent order for the customised alphabets with the client's favourite member :) Ever favourite zentangle doodle for the entire piece. .
Although i am not a fan of he color blue , but we loved the outcome of this ! What do y'all think ? .
Love the fact that the material used is a combination of recycled cardboard and hard wood . .
If you did like for us to design your initials or your favourite alphabet ; we are jus a message away 😉🙋🏼. .
Process video up next 💎