|Dinner Table, 1896-97, Henri Matisse|
|At the Dinner Table, 1925, Edvard Munch,|
(sometimes titled The Wedding of the Bohemian).
|Heavenly tablescapes--let us pray...as to which fork to use.|
|The End of Dinner, 1913, Jules Alexandre Grun. I wonder if the|
artist was a member of the dinner party or just an observer.
|Roman banquets were common. Their legendary descent into orgies was not.|
|Tea was considered upper class. Café (coffee) was seen as a |
street drink containing the dangerously addictive stimulant, caffeine.
|A British tablescape.|