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Red Onions

Red Onions

Source: P Baker See more culinary art


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Table de cuisine

Fernando Botero Paintings, 1967

Source: Art Paintings Gallery


Sunday Art Fare

Something different today.

I am fascinated by fried eggs, here’s a collection:

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Image: Vic Vicini

Image: Vic Vicini

Vic Vicini

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tjalf sparnaay

 

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Image: Kristine Kainer

Kristine Kainer

 

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Image: Pinterest

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Image: Fred Bromfield

Fred Bromfield

 

Image: Ylli Haruni

Image: Ylli Haruni

Ylli Haruni

 

 


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The Kitchen Sink

The Kitchen Sink

Source: A Farnsworth Day


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Welcome to my garden, Blue Stove

Source: Wallcoo.net


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03JUL10

Tomatoes – Sarah Lynch


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Big Steamed Mussels

Big Steamed Mussels

by Mary Ellen Johnson


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by Joanna

To see more works, visit: Art del Corazón


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Joy of Cooking by Janet Chui

You can see more by visiting Janet Chui’s site: Illumina – Fantasy Art

 


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Fruit Paintings by Dennis Wojtkiewicz

Fruit Paintings by Dennis Wojtkiewicz


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Beer_Dog

Found on Google, no image credits…


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seafood

Sea food

Source: Fine Art America


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Shawn Kenney – Will Paint for Food


Sunday Art Fare

Karen Eland is an Oklahoma artist who not only drinks coffee but uses it as paint; and she doesn’t stop there she takes it a step further by adding the unexpected into classic masterpieces such as Michelangelo, Matisse and Picasso.  How? – She adds a cup of coffee!


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This masterpiece is part of a series of food paintings by Tjalf Sparnaay that take culinary art to new heights. The London-based artist uses a style he calls “mega-realism” to recreate items like sandwiches, soda cans, candy and seafood down to the most mundane detail with oil paints.

See more of Tjalf Sparnaay’s paintings here.

Source: Foodista


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William Pettit’s Meat Paintings

 

Source: Eat Me Daily Check for more of William Pettit’s meat paintings


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Pickles

Another one with no reference. If it’s yours, let me know the details to give credit.


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Sorry, artist and source unknown; enjoy


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Wine Bottle with Fruit by Nina R Aide

Inspired by the old masters of the 18-th century , Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin, one of the greatest masters of Still Life in the history of art.

Source: Oil Paintings by Nina R Aide

Check her blog out, there’s a heap of wonderful paintings, a lot of them with food or fizz as the theme.


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Source: Art & Critique Read the story behind the painting and see others