Free Antiox Cats

To see this piece up close is worth braving the Chicago winds and/or winter. A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte   Georges Seurat At the Art Institute of Chicago "Seurat's Grande Jatte is one of those rare works of art that stand alone; its transcendence is instinctively recognized by everyone." "Seurat spent two years painting this picture, free antiox cats concentrating painstakingly on the landscape of the park before focusing on the people; always their shapes, free antiox cats never their personalities. Free antiox cats Individuals did not interest him, free antiox cats only their formal elegance. There is no untidiness in Seurat; all is beautifully balanced. The park was quite a noisy place: a man blows his bugle, free antiox cats children run around, free antiox cats there are dogs. "This is a world both real and unreal - a sacred world.   We are often harried by life's pressures and its speed, free antiox cats and many of us think at times Stop the world, free antiox cats I want to get off!  In this painting, free antiox cats Seurat has "stopped the world, free antiox cats" and it reveals itself as beautiful, free antiox cats sunlit, free antiox cats and silent - it is Seurat's world, free antiox cats from which we would never want to get off."