Hi friends! I’m slowly but surely sharing my LACMA visit with you guys. Here’s my Los Angeles County Museum of Art Adventures Part 2. There’s just so much pictures I took so it’s taking a while to upload them all to share.
I really like this Campbell’s Condensed Tomato Soup Oil Canvas by Andy Warhol. Make sure you check it out at the Ahmanson Building, floor 2.
What I notice about this painting is the gloomy background and the green shadows from the trees.
This is quite a shiny canvas. I love how the main colors are just olive and tan yet it can differentiate all the details.
I love all the colors on this canvas, I just wish I knew who drew this.
The trees reminds me of somewhere in Africa but it’s oil canvas of Montery Cypress California.
I enjoyed the cartoony image.
This painting really caught my attention because of the pumpkins next to the reflecting riverside. And now that it’s autumn, this is the perfect painting to look at.
This reminds me of some of the hikes I do.
There’s a lot of greenery in this painting. It looks so refreshing and relaxing to look at.
I love all the flags in the painting.
Next up is the Stowe Vase with some face lifts.
Here is a second version in silver by leading silversmith of the English Regency era Paul Storr (1770-1844).
Can you believe this is the original Stowe Vase? It originates from ancient Rome and was reconstituted during the eighteenth century from fragments.
I couldn’t find who created this “Hello” painting, but I assume it’s Andy Warhol?
I hope you guys enjoyed the part 2 of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art!