Thursday, May 14

Munch, Rose and Amélie - Girls on a Pier

Font size Left: Rose and Amélie, 1883 Right: Girls on a pier, 1901 Rose and Amélie is really a Munch's work.

3 comments:

Stephany said...

I like the 'girls on the pier' painting, it reminds me of my 3 daughters.

Sandee said...

Wow, full figure women too. How delightful.

Have a terrific day Ana. :)

Ana said...

Stephany,
I'm glad you liked. I almost didn't it. I did it because I wanted people to remember "The Cry" watching the bridge.
I have another surprise for you.
I'll search it.

Sandee,
He has painted many women. But these girls seems so peaceful!
The two fat ladies... hahaha
I defy anyone who doesn't know it's by Munch to answer correctly.
It could be a Botero's first work.
Have a great day.