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The Smoking Woman (engraving)

3646829 The Smoking Woman (engraving) by Teniers, David the Younger (1610-90) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Smoking Woman. Illustration for Kulturgeschichtliches Bilderbuch aus drei Jahrhunderten by Georg Hirth (Leipzig and Munchen, 1881-90). Digitally cleaned image.); © Look and Learn

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Contented Contentment Drinker Enjoying Enjoyment Genre Peasants Smoker Tavern Tobacco


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The Smoking Woman

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is a captivating engraving by David Teniers the Younger, depicting a scene of contentment and enjoyment in a 17th-century Flemish tavern. This historical artwork showcases the artist's mastery of capturing everyday life during the Baroque period. In this print, we see a group of peasants gathered in an inn, indulging in their favorite pastimes: smoking pipes and enjoying drinks. The central figure, a woman, sits comfortably with her pipe in hand, exuding an air of relaxation and satisfaction. Her contented expression reflects the pleasure she finds in this simple act. Teniers' attention to detail is evident throughout the composition. From the intricate folds of clothing to the realistic rendering of smoke swirling from their pipes, every element adds depth and authenticity to this genre painting. This engraving was originally created as an illustration for "Kulturgeschichtliches Bilderbuch aus drei Jahrhunderten" by Georg Hirth in 1881-90. Thanks to digital cleaning techniques employed on this image, its original beauty has been restored for our viewing pleasure. "The Smoking Woman" transports us back to a time when tobacco was not only enjoyed but also symbolized leisure and social interaction. It serves as both a window into history and a celebration of human pleasures that transcend time. Image credit: Bridgeman Images via Fine Art Finder

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