The Lunch (Velázquez)
|Medium||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||127 cm × 120 cm (50 in × 47 in)|
|Location||Hermitage, St. Petersburg|
The painting portrays a table covered by a creased cloth, on which lie two pomegranates and a piece of bread. People attending the lunch include an aged man on the left and a young man on the right, while, in the background, an apparently carefree boy pours wine into a jug.
On the wall in the background hang a white neck-band, a leather bag and, on the right, a sword.
The Lunch is nearly identical to another painting by Velázquez, The Farmers' Lunch (1618).