1. Wine in art: Paul Cézanne

    Wine in art: Paul Cézanne

    Paul Cézanne – The Drinker, 1891 Oil on canvas French painter with Italian origins, Cézanne was influenced by a new artistic expression philosophy: Impressionism. In order to better taste this painting, Uvamatris recommends to look it well lighted from some distance. So you will recompose the image in the way that...

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  2. Wine in art: Joan Mirò

    Wine in art: Joan Mirò

      Uvamatris presents the eccentric painting by the Spanish Joan Mirò: “The bottle of wine” (1924). In the historic atmosphere of Surrealist abstraction, the painter decides to put some reality (wine bottle) in a surreal environment and combines incongruous elements representing the Parisian bohème in cafés frequented by artists, who were...

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  3. Wine in art: Jan Vermeer

    Wine in art: Jan Vermeer

    Uvamatris also provides for your culture! “The glass of wine” oil painting on canvas by Jan Vermeer, seventeenth-century dutch painter best known for the painting “Girl with a pearl earring”. In this picture we can see a seated woman drinking a glass of wine and a standing man who’s holding a jug and...

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  4. Wine in art: Van Gogh

    Wine in art: Van Gogh

      Have a journey into the world of art with Uvamatris… Vincent Van Gogh has painted only three paintings with a vineyard. The first one was painted in 1888 in Arles, where he lived there for 18 months, and it’s “The red vineyard”. In Auvers-sur-Oise, he painted in pencil and watercolor...

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  5. Wine in art: Andy Warhol

    Wine in art: Andy Warhol

      In 2002, Dom Perignon made a tribute to Andy Warhol and probably wanted also to increase sales with an aesthetic maquillage operation. For this reason, they made a bottles‘ collection with red, blue and yellow label using the famous shades of his paintings. Condividi:

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  6. The wine in Ancient Egypt: artistic testimonies

    The wine in Ancient Egypt: artistic testimonies

    Today Uvamatris accompanies you in Ancient Egypt, where wine was a beverage “consumed in large quantities also by the people, it was one of the emblems of kings and pharaons” (from “Archeo” n.259, September 2006). In the Nakht’s grave, 18th dynasty, 2nd millennium B.C., to Thebes west, were discovered masonry...

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