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PostSubject: Famous children paintings   Famous children paintings I_icon_minitimeThu Sep 15, 2011 11:59 pm

In the Children Painting -Catch by Emile Munier, the little girl has climbed up on the lounge and is teasing the kitten with the bird. She holds the hoop with the parrot just out of reach of the kitten's paw. Flower Paintings The kitten is very interested in the bird and the parrot is attempting to defend itself. Does the child realize the danger to which she is subjecting her small pet? Imagine the tears if the feline follows through with her natural instincts.
Boats Paintings Visitors' Day by Jean Geoffroy-The setting for this painting is the children's ward at a hospital. Many children were put in the same room to recover from their illnesses. Visitors could come only once a week. It is a sad visit for this father because his little girl is so ill. People Paintings Even though we can't see his face, we can tell how anxious he is about her by the way he is looking at her, and by the way his hands are resting on his knees. She is too sick to talk to him or even to look at him. Building Paintings He has brought her an orange to eat, but she doesn't feel well enough to even eat it yet. He has brought her an orange to eat, but she doesn't feel well enough to even eat it yet.
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