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Marsden Hartley (1877–1943), Fishermen’s Last Supper, Nova Scotia, 1940-41
When viewing this painting, we can’t help but think of ...
...Velvet Taco, the new gourmet taco spot down the street. We’ll gladly share an order of the fried paneer and fish-and-chips tacos while seated at a communal table. But we’re hogging the tater tots.
Edward Hopper (1882–1967), Nighthawks, 1942
This iconic Hopper work expertly uses light and shadow to show the inner workings of a diner from an outsider’s perspective. Which kinda looks like...
...AF+B?s fabulous space, with its zinc-topped bar and floor-to-ceiling windows. Plus, the burger here would give any diner a run for its money.
Peter Blume (1906–1992), Vegetable Dinner, 1927
Here, carrots, among other things, are prepped in an open kitchen...
...the same way veggies are lovingly made at vegan hot spot Spiral Diner & Bakery. If you like carrots, try the Veggie Wrap, which shreds the competition.
Wayne Thiebaud (b. 1920), Salad, Sandwiches and Dessert, 1960
As with most Thiebaud paintings, you feel as though you could eat the food right off the canvas...
...but you can?t. So just head over to the Black Rooster Bakery for Marche Ann Mann?s luscious baked goods--the best in the city.
It?s no secret that Fort Worth?s Cultural District is getting a little food-obsessed. (Three letters: AF+B.) But et tu, Amon Carter?
Through May 18, the museum is hosting Art and Appetite: American Painting, Culture and Cuisine, a special exhibition organized by the Art Institute of Chicago that features iconic paintings depicting food and drink.
Head over to the slideshow to see some of our favorite selections from the show--and the Fort Worth-area meals they?ve inspired.
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