The essay "Young Woman Writing and Wall Painting in Pompeii" discovers Wall Painting in Pompeii and Young Woman Writing. Roman wall paintings were found in Pompeii and Herculaneum buried under the volcanic ashes of Mount Vesuvius. The paintings come close to realism. They throw light on a culture that was rich and vibrant. The Roman painters made pleasant pictures and were close to photo-realism. They brought together objects as varied as rooms, shelves, fruits, boxes and balanced them using wet and dry plaster with marble powder to create excellent frescos. The image of young woman writing is manifold and there are endless arrays of pictures of these youngsters writing in various styles and poses. It is pleasing to the eye and at once brings freshness and cool feelings of quiet grandeur. The wall painting from Pompeii is cast historically bringing alive the times of the Roman era. There are four distinct styles of wall painting of the Roman times. The first style is imitation of the Greek paintings. The second one is “architectural” extending beyond a room and providing illusions of space and surfaces. The third style is of a villa near Pompeii. And the fourth style is characterized by open vistas, aerial and elaborate framing. The images of young women writing and wall painting from Pompeii create deep and lasting impressions. They both are clear, distinct and provide rich, inner feelings that come from sighting impressionable visuals. Their clarity and color abide in the inner minds
for a long time.