“A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” was painted in 1884 by artist Georges Seurat.
Created using pointillism, colorful dots that from a distance blend together, it is probably most well-known to the general public as the painting in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”
The work depicts a group of people in a Parisien park – some sitting, some standing, some splayed – and features colorful costumes, pets frolicking in the grass, the Hall of Super Heroes and, is that The Martian Manhunter?
It is usually at this point that passers-by realize this is not the painting by Georges Seurat but a tribute work featuring some of DC Comics’ most popular heroes. FULL POST
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