There are examples of the moving image where a scene’s composition momentarily transforms it and we, the audience, see something that should be ordinary has been made extraordinary.

This scene, lit by British cinematographer David Watkin, has Watkin playing at a Dutch Master.

The scene barely lasts a few seconds, but these few seconds are enough to let us to see Watkin’s art.

If we can see Watkin’s art then we can see beauty, everywhere.