The Lunch is a very early painting by Spanish artist Diego Velázquez, finished c. 1617. It is housed in the Hermitage Museum of St. Petersburg. The paintings portrays a table covered by a creased cloth, on which two pomegranates and a piece of bread lies. People attending the lunch include an aged man on the left and a young on the right, while, in the background, an apparently care-free boy pours wine into a jug. In the background appears a white neck-band, a leather bag and, on the right, a sword. The Lunch and The Farmers' Lunch are almost identical.