Tuscany Mural 1992, Artist: Jim Evangelista, 12th & High Streets, Eugene, Oregon

Parking Lot
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The mural was painted on a wall formed by the back of a building that faced a parking lot.


Tuscany Mural 1992 external link   •  Artist: Jim Evangelista   •  Owner of Reality Kitchen external link   •  E. 12th & High Streets external link   •  Eugene, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:04:26 Friday 9 June 2017)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 15 June 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C17_3777
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Street In San Giminiano
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The mural depicted a street in San Giminiano, in the Tuscany region of Italy.


Tuscany Mural 1992 external link   •  Artist: Jim Evangelista   •  Owner of Reality Kitchen external link   •  E. 12th & High Streets external link   •  Eugene, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:04:44 Friday 9 June 2017)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 15 June 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C17_3779
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Plant On Sidewalk
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A potted plant rested on the sidewalk in front of a building.


Tuscany Mural 1992 external link   •  Artist: Jim Evangelista   •  Owner of Reality Kitchen external link   •  E. 12th & High Streets external link   •  Eugene, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:04:57 Friday 9 June 2017)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 15 June 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C17_3780
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Tall Narrow Windows
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Many tall, narrow windows overlooked the street. Someone could have easily seen the two men approach each other.


Tuscany Mural 1992 external link   •  Artist: Jim Evangelista   •  Owner of Reality Kitchen external link   •  E. 12th & High Streets external link   •  Eugene, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:05:01 Friday 9 June 2017)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 15 June 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C17_3781
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Two Men
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Two men approached each other on the street. They might have been strangers, or they might have been two gay men about to meet, or perhaps one was a woman in disguise, or they were spies during the cold war.

The artist said, "The two men (one young and well dressed, the other older, rumpled and shuffling) were, for me, a Jungian metaphor for how we meet ourselves on the road of life."


Tuscany Mural 1992 external link   •  Artist: Jim Evangelista   •  Owner of Reality Kitchen external link   •  E. 12th & High Streets external link   •  Eugene, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:05:13 Friday 9 June 2017)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 15 June 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C17_3782
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Shutters Partly Open
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On the right hand side of the street a building stood with shutters partly open.


Tuscany Mural 1992 external link   •  Artist: Jim Evangelista   •  Owner of Reality Kitchen external link   •  E. 12th & High Streets external link   •  Eugene, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:05:17 Friday 9 June 2017)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 15 June 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C17_3783
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A Straight Crack
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A crack ran mathematically straight through the stone pillars supporting the front of a building.

The artist clarified, `The "crack in the wall' is a small metal spacing strip that, for some reason, was placed at the middle of the wall, in between the first and second floors. Not really too interesting or mysterious, it was just something I had to `ignore' when I painted the mural."


Tuscany Mural 1992 external link   •  Artist: Jim Evangelista   •  Owner of Reality Kitchen external link   •  E. 12th & High Streets external link   •  Eugene, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:05:20 Friday 9 June 2017)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 15 June 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C17_3784
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The Right hand Edge
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The edge of the building at the right hand side of the mural was painted yellow.


Tuscany Mural 1992 external link   •  Artist: Jim Evangelista   •  Owner of Reality Kitchen external link   •  E. 12th & High Streets external link   •  Eugene, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:05:35 Friday 9 June 2017)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 15 June 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C17_3785
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View from Left
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The view of the mural from its left and from across the street. This shows that the mural was painted on the side of a building.


Tuscany Mural 1992 external link   •  Artist: Jim Evangelista   •  Owner of Reality Kitchen external link   •  E. 12th & High Streets external link   •  Eugene, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:06:30 Friday 9 June 2017)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 15 June 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C17_3787
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