Working, jobs and home (beginning with the linen under the sun)

By Singer Sargent, J. - The linen under the sun

By Singer Sargent, J. – The linen under the sun

By Hopper, Edward - A peasant with a cow in front of a railroad crossing

By Hopper, Edward – A peasant with a cow in front of a railroad crossing

By Larsson, Carl - Washerwoman

By Larsson, Carl – Washerwoman

By Van Gogh - The young blacksmith

By Van Gogh – The young blacksmith

By Daumier - The labourer of a butcher shop -

By Daumier – The labourer of a butcher shop

By Greuze, J. B. - A spinner

By Greuze, J. B. – A spinner

By Hokusai, Katsushika - Bearer

By Hokusai, Katsushika – Bearer

 

By Beardsley - Three employers of a restaurant

By Beardsley – Three employers of a restaurant

By Balduino, Alessandro - Charcoal sellers in Lisbon

By Balduino, Alessandro – Charcoal sellers in Lisbon

By Burne-Jones, E. - A girl irrigues a plant

By Burne-Jones, E. – A girl irrigues a plant

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20 responses to “Working, jobs and home (beginning with the linen under the sun)

  1. I like the first one by Singer Sargent, it’s so vivid!

    • Oh Екатерина! I agree with your choice, this artist commanded so well the spots with watercolors and with an spontaneous way. In this work specially with the white aereas. Thanks for your comment. Cheers ❤

  2. for me van vogh as a particolar style which nobody can join:) anyway all sketch that you have represented are lovely…
    have a nice day
    daniela

  3. All great, but I go with the Beardsley this time:-) Clear and simple, but immediately recognisable, the era, the place and the artist.

  4. Gosh, that Singer Sargent again!

  5. Pleasure to see great job
    Happy Valentine’s Day dear
    kisses

    • Dear Katie, your visits are a real pride for this blog because the yours is full of deep and nice feelings. If you have patience it will grow but the success is not to have a lot of followers than to get a fine feedback with them. Good luck 🍀🐸💚

      • Thank you, that means a lot to me! That’s very true, I often get asked “How do you get lots of followers?”, but that’s never my goal ever since I started blogging. I just write what is on my mind, and what feels true to myself. It’s an enjoyable hobby to have! x

      • No hurries Katie, loyalty to oneself is the important thing, this is not an industrial issue. We’re interested about feelings and well being. But in the future maybe what you think that is only a hobby can become in something more. Have a nice day, honey. xo.

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