Art History Nano Style

If you’ve been following the story, you know we just left the Art Museum.  If you’re writing a script about the art museum, you can just write: “Daniel chases the ghost down the hall, and finally corners it in a room.”

But it you’re doing it graphically, you need to make all those hallways have art on them.  So, special thanks to Wikipedia and Google Images:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expressionism

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&site=imghp&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1280&bih=898&q=expressionism+art&oq=expression&gs_l=img.3.2.0l10.1123.2356.0.3838.10.9.0.1.1.0.141.732.6j3.9.0….0…1ac.1.31.img..1.9.685.GqqhoYt0HRY

who saved my bacon.  And now I have a whole lot of art modelled in little brown frames so I can use it again and again.

I had to look up other early 20th century art to make sure that Jeannie was actually liking the right art that was right for her character.  And that Daniel’s reaction to it was in character too.  And that I put the more abstract pictures rightside up 🙂

I spent a couple hours in research for entirely the background of this scene.  None of the paintings are specifically important, and I could have just put abstract blobs on those “canvasses.”  I wanted to make the scene real, or at least slightly more real for the viewers.

And, really, I don’t get Klee or Klimt.  But as long as Jeannie likes it, the story can continue!

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