I had hardly visited such a gallery before but I found it very interesting. When watching each drawing, I tried to see the internal meanings of it. For example, if there is a cage with a bird in the drawing, it means an inconvenient but a stable life.
On the contrary, if there is a cage with no bird, it means a free but an unstable life. In addition, there are something whose meanings differ in each pictures. The dog is a good example. It means honesty, devotion, unintelligence and hunting.
Thus the items in the pictures contain the drawers' intensions. Such way of watching pictures changed the impression toward the art gallery, which had been boring to me. It was a good experience and I came to think that I would like to go to the museum overseas.
Then the Next is today's practice!
Taro has decided to go to the college, so he is studying for the examination now.
I don't want to go out tonight because I've painted the house all day long.
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Yesterday, I went to Kyoto City museum to see paintings drawn by Johannes Vermeer. The art gallery is called "Love Letters from Johannes Vermeer". I had hardly visited such a gallery before but I found it very interesting. When watching each drawing, I tried to see the internal meanings of it. For