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BY JULIUS STEWART A couple of weeks ago for my Humanities class he had a tour too the Los Angeles County Museum LACMA First they separate us in small groups and they gave us a really quick tour to two different sections of the museum When we entered to the contemporary art building we saw several works of Pablo Picasso including the women with handkerchief Also other artist that his nickname was Jack The Dripper because he would throw the paint over the canvas I believe that one of the most interesting of all was one that was a drawing of a pipe but at the bottom it said in French this is not a pipe In the Jo Ann and Julian Ganz Gallery I saw the one of the most beautiful painting I had ever seen So I selected the painting called The Baptism By Julius Stewart Because it can actually inform the story about the baby and what is going on with everyone in the room It also looks really realistic and the colors make it look like soft a peaceful The painting looks very realistic because it has so many details in every aspect of it even the flowers look real The light and colors plays a very strong role in creating the realism of the painting Especially because the smooth and light colors combined with the two different backgrounds give the viewer a melancholic mood The wall gives an impression that something is going wrong with the baptism because everything else has light color except the wall that contains black By the other hand the morning sun is shining giving the sensation of happiness for everyone Everything is so detailed that it looks real for example the dress of the women in the pink and blue shows all the fold wrinkles and the way if lays are so authentic The shadows and light interact at a certain point in
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