By By Emma SmithThe animal crossing painting that became a sensation in Paris has been given the chance to live up to its name.
The work, by British artist Emma Smith, was installed at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 11.
It depicts an ostrich crossing the Atlantic Ocean with a human hand, while a bird’s beak is seen behind the bird.
Smith’s work was commissioned by the National Wildlife Federation and will be on display until the end of the year.
Smith’s work is one of the most popular pieces of art in the world, garnering more than $1 billion in sales.
The paintings were created by artist Peter Beaumont in 1871.
The animals in the work were captured by the artist while he was painting the Isle of Wight and were given names.
Beaumort painted many of the animals in his work, but his work with the ostrich is the most widely known.
The artwork was exhibited in Paris from 1872 until the early 1970s.
The art world turned to art as a means of communication and social change.
It was in the United States in the mid-19th century that the first works of art were exhibited, and the United Nations began holding annual conferences on the history of art.
The International Museum of Modern Art in New York hosted the first international meeting of the American Institute of Architects.