Details 724 came from Francisco Goya's Still Life with Golden Bream (c1808-12). It must be one of the maddest pictures Goya painted. It's not so unusual for still-lifes of dead animals to give a sense that the creature is half-alive (rather like corpse comedy on stage and screen, where a dead body keeps falling into living poses). And here you almost feel these fish are swimming among one another even as they lie piled up on the slab. But their huge blank wide-open yellow eyes give this effect a crazy turn - a look of outrage, at finding themselves in this undignified position. The painting is in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Winners A Holland, Rossendale, Lancashire; G Saunders, Bournemouth; and S Wagstaff, Wolverley, Worcestershire.
In which painting by which painter can you find this dinner vista?
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