Art apprec - 1 Jayne Henry Art Appreciation Professor Fencl 14 September 2006 L’ Tour D’Eiffel A painting that means the most to me has not

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Jayne Henry Art Appreciation Professor Fencl 14 September 2006 L’ Tour D’Eiffel A painting that means the most to me has not been in our family for years. In fact, it has not been in our family for even one year. I was given the opportunity to travel to Europe during spring break of my senior year in high school. The tour that we went on was to London, Paris, and Rome; this was an educational tour which took us to all of the famous buildings and museums. I purchased a painting of the Eiffel Tower from a local artist in Paris. This piece in particular is very busy, with color and structures. The artist included the Seine River, with boats docked in the corner underneath a tree. The color in this painting is very vibrant and catches one’s eye. The artist was a French man who spoke little English and I ended up giving him fifteen euros for the piece; even though I...
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This essay was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ART 140 taught by Professor Fencl during the Spring '07 term at West Liberty.

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Art apprec - 1 Jayne Henry Art Appreciation Professor Fencl 14 September 2006 L’ Tour D’Eiffel A painting that means the most to me has not

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