By Samuel Tulley
The Great Picture was from 1646. I liked it because it is a family picture and instruments are in there. I don’t like it because they are not happy. The woman is about 7 or 8 in the first part and in the second part she is 54. The middle one are her brothers and her mum and dad. Did you know they had to take a window out to get it in. The picture is a triptych.
By Connor Lees
Did you know that this picture is from 1646? I like the painting because the family is together. I like the Great Picture because it has lots of musical instruments in it. I didn’t like the bugs on the collar. The painting was first in a castle. Did you know that the Great Picture is a triptych? They look happy but not having fun. I don’t like it because the lady looks 92 but is 54. Did you know they had to take a window out to get the painting in the gallery.
By Jessica Cairns
This picture was created in 1646. It’s called the Great Picture because is is massive. I like this picture because of its size. The doors weren’t big enough so they had to take out a window and put the picture through. This picture is the biggest triptych. I don’t like this picture because it has dull colours.
By Erin Carradus
Did you know that this picture was painting in 1646. It’s called the great picture because it’s so big. It was so big we had to take out a window to get it in.
By Abbie Jones
This picture was created in 1646.I don’t like this painting because it is not bright. I like this painting because is is big. This painting is the biggest painting in the art gallery.
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