Seamstresses in Fine Art March 24, 2018 Interior Scene Carl Vilhelm Holsoe (1863-1935) Danish Read More HERE SaveSave Related 13 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” Sorry to report there’s text but no image. Thanks, Pam! It’s fixed now! Getting every iota of that precious light. Image only sewing when it was light out or by candle light, I wouldn’t have gotten anything accomplished! I wish my house looked that peaceful! 🙂 Beautiful painting How inviting! I’d like to pull up a chair, sit with her, and sew. I always look forward to the ‘seamstresses’ each week. Thanks. This one is particularly appealing and makes me realize that I’m not the only sewer that needs lots of light to see and that natural daylight is the best. Soooooooooooooo Excited!!!! Etsy just notified that my copy of your new book has shipped! Whoo Whoo! I’ll be watching for it with anticipation! ;o) Nancy I absolutely love all these pictures of women enjoying handwork. Beautiful! Keep it up! Beautiful, but it makes me appreciate my full spectrum artificial light. Ahhhh, symmetry. Boy! Can I relate to this the older I get. I can see me doing the very same thing..in fact, I have once or twice. Thanks for sharing this picture. Some things never change. Love this portrait. I too seem to be edging closer and closer to more and more light lately. This aging thing stinks! Hahaha Comments are closed.