Artist: Felix Vallotton
Born: 28 December 1865; Lausanne, Switzerland
Died: 29 December 1925; Paris, France
Completion Date: 1899
Genre: genre painting
I love this painting. But I always think they look so hot! They must be sweltering under all those layers of fabric, right? Or maybe it’s just a cool but sunny winter’s day in Europe.
Here is an updated version, different time-locale and imagemaking, similar impulse
not that those impressionists might have thought so
good point, bec! bloody hot.
disclaimer (not going to make sense straight away) perhaps when you are older or desperate–or its autumn perhaps a winter cool change–early morning or late afternoon as is the picture–I must admit get cold around 5am. gets hot with all the bullshit opinions and ridiculous politics, lies, platitudes and booster wankerism. for recreation please trust those who chillout who are way ahead of the image cannibals and the protestant work ethic qua the anesthetised bourgeoisie cruise control ethos of beach drive bys and guest appearances. way more comfortable with high tides, crabs, rocks, glass and drifting logs–dissidence and maroon default proximity to overload. ‘lathe biosa’ :}
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