Seamstresses in Fine Art November 4, 2017 Girl Knitting Frederick Carl Frieseke (1874 – 1939) American Read More HERE Read More about American Impressionism HERE SaveSave SaveSave Related 6 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” She is knitting, but her mind is far,far away on some exciting excursion. Knitting baby booties for her expected arrival. Should be piecing a quilt for that little one. My perspective. Or maybe it’s a baby sweater, part of a layette … good grief, I’m dating myself. I don’t think anyone even knows what a layette IS anymore ????. At least she’s sitting in a comfortable chair, wearing a proper sun bonnet, and enjoying the outdoors, unlike the poor European woman we’ve seen in paintings who are knitting in the woods or in an open fields where they could be swallowed up by a bear, LOL. It’s early on the coast … I think I need coffee. lovely colors. I love her dress and sweet face. Excellent hands. Those are hard This seamstresses series is just wonderful. I am enjoying it immensely and learning a great deal. Thank you so much. Love the hat! Comments are closed.