There's a scrumptious new book out for those of us who like to feast with our eyes.
The J. Paul Getty Museum's "Food and Feasting in Art" by Silvia Malguzzi is a beautiful, glossy book. If, like me, you have a passion for art, you will love it, and you might actually hunger for more.
Even with 384 pages, this is a mere introductory taste at the topic of food through the centuries as presented to us by artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Giuseppe Arcimboldi, Pierre-August Renoir, Francisco de Zurbaran and so many more.
You will find topics like sweets, chocolate, fruits, bread, honey, sugar, cheese, eggs, milk and butter.
Find out more directly from The Getty's web page for "Food and Feasting in Art."
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