You should say:
• Where is the artwork/object?
• How was it made?
• What does it look like?
• And explain why do you find it particularly beautiful?
Describe an object you find particularly beautiful
Well, it’s hard for me to choose a beautiful thing to tell. That’s because almost every day I come across a lot of interesting things. But right now, I would like to talk about a clock that hangs in my living room. In fact, I would say it is a masterpiece of art.
Every day I watch this masterpiece hundreds of times. I bought it from Amazon online marketplace last year during Diwali festival. It is an antique metallic round watch. At its top, a large peacock is sitting with outstretched feathers. The blue peacock feathers not only add to the beauty of the watch, but also enhance the overall décor of the wall.
I especially like the color combination of the watch with the peacock feathers which makes it more appealing. It gives a royal look to our living room. Anyone visiting our house for the first time really likes this watch. It catches everyone’s eye. They always ask where you bought such an artistic watch from. Therefore, it is an object that I find wonderful.
Follow up question- (Describe an object that you find particularly beautiful)
1. Do you see more beautiful things now than in the past?
Yes, there are many more beautiful things today than in the past because artistic techniques are getting better day by day. In addition, in the modern world, art has become more diverse than in ancient times. For example, there are more beautiful buildings in the world than in the past.
2. Do you think there are many scenic spots in India or there are many scenic spots in other countries?
There is no doubt that India has more scenic spots than other countries. I believe India is rich in all kinds of landscapes such as natural waterfalls, lakes, snow-capped peaks of Himalayas, ancient and modern architecture and deserts.Read more
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