Evening In Paris A Walk To The Eiffel Tower - painting by the artist Irina Sztukowski.
What does Artist say about this painting?
It�s not a secret that Eiffel Tower is one of the most wanted and visited places in Paris and thousands of artists painted it in the last 120-plus years. This painting is my continuing exploration of Eiffel Tower with my artistic vision. I have visited Paris many times and I never will be tired of visiting this place. As many times I paint Eiffel Tower, as many times the vision will evolve. The painting is about evening Paris with dramatic skies. And this time I have placed two young ladies walking a little dog, enjoying a lovely breeze and setting sun. Two figures of the young women are the symbol of a friendship, the dog is the symbol of trust and faith; and, the tower with its grace and beauty can undeniably serve as a symbol of feminine intricate magnificence.
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Here are some interesting facts about Eiffel Tower(courtesy ofhttp://www.rphs.devisland.net/zach/funfacts.htm)
- Completed in 1889 for the Paris world exhibition, it was built in two years by 132 workers and 50 engineers.
- � The Eiffel Tower was the tallest building in the world when it was completed in 1889 (that was the case until 1930).
- � It took a team of 25 painters to paint the Eiffel Tower.
- � Protecting the Eiffel Tower from rust requires the application of 50 tons of paint every seven years.
- � The Eiffel Tower shrinks 6 inches in winter
- � Solar heating can causes the Eiffel Tower to expand up to 3.25 in.
- � Strong winds can sway Eiffel Tower slightly. During the storm of 1999, it moved approximately 13 centimeters from its initial position
- � In 1925, a con artist sold the Eiffel Tower for scrap - twice! But, this never happened.
April 23rd, 2014
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