Seamstresses in Fine Art September 2, 2017 Louis Toffoli (1907-1999) French Read More HERE Related 6 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” I find this to be very interesting, his concept and implementation. Love how he expressed light. This is one of my favorites! I think it classifies as cubism but it isnt as disjointed as Picasso cubism. Lori, Thank you for today’s art history lesson! I enjoyed learning about Toffoli and scrolling through the images of his work. I think his technique is very calming for the viewer. I love it! In regards to the image of the seamstress you posted today, I was reflecting on how I always feel more productive when I am wearing a bib apron, a canvas gardening apron or a tool belt, for doodling, sewing, serving meals at the shelter, or attacking a household or gardening project. It shows that I mean business (in a fun way!!) And don’t get me wrong, I believe it applies to women and men! The lines and colors suggest an interesting quilt… I look forward to and savor every “Seamstress” posting! Thank you so very much. one of my favorites. thank you, Lori. Comments are closed.