Glassware. That glassware. I could stare for hours at that glassware. When I was little I actually did. My mom had a big art history book, and this image was reproduced in it. I was too young to have experienced a hedonistic afternoon of wine and happy friends yet, so the narrative was lost on me, but how could the artist make see-through objects out of paint? There was no crayon named "clear" in my box.
It turns out this painting lives in Washington, DC. There's a whole exhibition around it at the Phillips Collection through January 7, 2018. It was painted by French impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir around 1882, the year my maternal grandmother was born.