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View from Kitchen - Sunset painting by Christiane Kubrick in Eyes wide shut movie
View from Kitchen - Sunset, Christiane Kubrick
Movie: Eyes wide shut
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cast: Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Madison Eginton, Jackie Sawiris, Sydney Pollack, Leslie Lowe, Peter Benson, Todd Field, Julienne Davis, Michael Doven, Sky du Mont, Louise J. Taylor
actors in scene: Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman
country (movie): USA, United Kingdom
genres: thriller, other
director: Stanley Kubrick
writers: Frederic Raphael, Stanley Kubrick
time of scene: 00:26:09
release year: 1999
painting title: View from Kitchen - Sunset
author: Christiane Kubrick
style: Other
size: small
artist's country: Germany
room: bedroom
room colors: white, yellow
theme: landscape
color: blue, green, yellow, brown, black
additional description:
The spirit of artists working and demonstrating their techniques, interacting with people and sharing their art without barriers appealed to Christiane Kubrick and she was soon taking part in "Open Studios" where visitors were able to see her at work in her own environment. A natural progression from "Open Studios" was for Christiane to utilise the beautiful grounds of the Childwickbury estate, where she moved to with Stanley in 1978, and to create her own arts fair. In the summer of 2003 the first "Childwickbury Arts Fair" was held and was an instant success. Read more: christianekubrick.com .

The painting appears in scene when William and Alice are talking about what happend on Ziegler's ball.
Eyes Wide Shut also contains Ophelia by Waterhouse and Astarte Sicaria by Rossettiadded by Alexxx
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