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Servant Knitting, 1861 (charcoal & black chalk with stumping & erasing on beige laid

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Servant Knitting, 1861 (charcoal & black chalk with stumping & erasing on beige laid

877410 Servant Knitting, 1861 (charcoal & black chalk with stumping & erasing on beige laid paper) by Bonvin, Francois (1817-87); 39.8x31.3 cm; Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA; French, out of copyright

Media ID 22457202

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 19.4cm x 23.7cm (7.6" x 9.3")

Estimated Product Size is 20.2cm x 23.7cm (8" x 9.3")

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Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


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This print titled "Servant Knitting, 1861" by Francois Bonvin takes us back in time to witness a quiet moment of domesticity. The image showcases an interior scene where a young maid sits at a table engrossed in her pastime - knitting. Her skilled hands move swiftly, creating intricate patterns with the ball of wool and yarn resting beside her. The artist's masterful use of charcoal and black chalk brings out the texture and depth of the composition, while stumping and erasing techniques add subtle nuances to the servant's figure. Set against a beige laid paper background, this artwork exudes an air of tranquility that is both comforting and nostalgic. The simplicity of the scene is enhanced by the presence of a jug placed on the table, suggesting that this humble servant finds solace in her craft amidst her daily chores. This intimate portrayal reminds us of forgotten moments when time seemed to stand still as we indulged in our own personal hobbies. Displayed at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA, this French masterpiece captures not only an ordinary act but also serves as a testament to human creativity across different social classes throughout history. As we gaze upon this print from Bridgeman Images' collection without commercial intentions or mention thereof, let it serve as a reminder that art has always been intertwined with everyday life – even within simple acts like knitting.

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