Looking at Pictures (Berger) Final Draft
Upon receiving the assignment to visit the Museum of Fine Arts and pick a painting that “seems silent and still yet invites conversation” I was originally frustrated and wanted to just get it over with and pick out the first painting I saw. However, once I entered the museum my stress and frustration decreased and I wanted to take the time to appreciate the artwork and find a piece
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may be for the appreciation of Navez’s artwork, whether it is for aesthetic beauty, for what it means to the observer, or what it means to the artist, is irrelevant. I must agree with Berger’s theory in that there are infinite possibilities of how that painting could have been seen as well as how it could have been done differently. The real significance of the painting lies in the eye of the beholder.