Maternity

By Daumier – The soup

By Bonnard – Mother and child

By Epstein, Jacob – Indian mother and child

By Munch – Heritage

By Chagall – Man with a cat and woman with a child

By Rivera – Mother and child

By Kunisada – Unknown title depicting mother and child under the netting

By Epstein, Jacob – Study for maternity

By Moore – Studies about mother and son

By Rembrandt – Woman and child

By Van Gogh – Sketches of ‘the drenthe’

By Cassatt – Baby standing on mother’s lap

By Carriere – Mother and child

By Manet – Woman with child

By myself – A stroller among two female figures in a public garden

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  1. REMBRANDT AD CASSAT…..SUPER! THEY EXPRESS MUCH SWEETNESS MATERNAL, IN MY OPINION

    • Sure, they got what you say, but in two different ways. Rembrandt he obtains the sweetness you say and furthermore maintains his personal geography on strokes and lines through the baroque ‘chiaroscuro’. Oppositely Mary is out of this graphical discipline. I’m very glad and grateful for your comment. Congrats and thanks for your sighting.

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