Seamstresses in Fine Art March 10, 2018 Gustave Caillebotte (1848-1894) French Read more HERE Related 6 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” What a pleasant scene! Would love to join them.. Are two of the ladies wearing black for mourning? It looks as if the lady in the back is reading..out loud to them maybe? The lady in blue is holding her sewing so close to her face. I bet all their stories would be so interesting.. This artist was gifted.. very sorry he died so young. I totally agree with you Marta. What a peaceful scene. I can see myself sitting at one of the tables and doing some EPP Yes m’am…and with the capuccino too, Maureen..with caramel. I wonder if they’d like a Capuccino with their stitching. I would ???? A lovely peaceful scene. This is a lovely painting. My thoughts went immediately to our generation and smart phones…..can you see the similarity? LOL All the sudden the pictures aren’t coming through. I’m slow getting to my e-mail but they were always there before. Do they time out now? I get a box with a description but when I click on it I go to a page that says the content isn’t there anymore?? Comments are closed.