Seamstresses in Fine Art July 8, 2017 Armand Seguin (1869-1903) French Post-Impressionist Read more HERE Read more about the Post-Impressionists HERE SaveSave Related 6 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” This painting strikes me as funny. There’s the swan flying so close to the girl but she goes on sewing anyway! I can relate to that!!! Lol! I think it is funny too–she is unperturbed by her bird. I guess she is resting while herding them because they are out in a field. This is so modern! Since I was chased a lot by geese in my life that swan would scare me and I would run. Lol!! After reading “more”, I am wondering whether this panting was full of symbolism in eyes/intentions of the painter. The sky, the steeple, the seamstress, the swan…must have been a private joke.! And sorry he died so young… his further work would have been very interesting too. Very intetesting Marta! I do wonder what he would have painted later in life. Comments are closed.