Tuesday, September 29, 2009
September 29, 2009
The first floor of the Getty's main building is full of French watercolor paintings. Teddy's favorite was a large piece by Louis de Carmontelle that depicted 18th century aristocrats lounging in a perfectly landscaped park. Teddy also appreciated the 17th century frou-frou fancy ceramics on the second floor. To think that these fragile works of art have stayed around for hundreds of years without getting a single chip or scratch is amazing, right? Nibs was more into the sculptures...