It’s called “Expected” (“Expected”)painted 1860 It was made by Austrian Ferdinand George Waldmüller and now everyone is talking about it because many people think that the hero of this painting is a part of it. mobile phones.
On social networks, they are already talking about that young woman walking like an ox in the countryside. “time Traveler”because the first smartphone saw the light in 1992.
The truth is that immersed in the object in his handas can be seen in any teenager walking down the street today and staring at the screen of his phone.
Art critics consulted by the British media Daily Star What you have is not any technological device, a prayer book.
The canvas is on display in the museum Neue Pinakothek In Munich, with hundreds of paintings from the 18th and 19th centuries.
As some users sarcastically pointed out on social networks, you’d almost be surprised at the detail today where you can see a young man ready to woo her in the lower right corner of the picture… with a flower in hand.
It is not the first time that the public believes that it describes a smartphone. artwork It dates back to before the invention of this technology that changed our lives so much… and above all, the vision.
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