Seamstresses in Fine Art October 6, 2018 Seamstress, Whitsunday Wenzel Tornoe (1844-1907) Danish See more HERE Find the definition of Whitsunday HERE Related 8 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” I remember it well in all of my growing-up years and Father Simms, a never to be forgotten priest. Haha, Lori,you crack me up! Perfect pic after your “too tired to create” blog entry; I wanted to reply that day but was too tired. :/ In fact I was so out of it one day I said to someone as an excuse, “oh well, blame it on the time change”. She politely reminded me that that hasn’t happened yet. 🙂 yes, I was too tired to comment yesterday too. I always blame it on “low pressure systems” or other weather. Too hot is also good Beautiful painting. This beautiful woman is not conked out sleeping, she is just closing her eyes for a minute. Happy Saturday Everyone. I am gonna sew all day, -well, most of the day What’s with the torn newspaper strips on the wall? Patching up the holes? I saw a house with lots of newspaper on the walls in a ghost town. I was told that it helped keep the wind from coming through the spaces between the boards. Awwww, poor girl is tuckered out! This artist is amazing with his facial expressions..in other paintings.. This lady has been up all night, I think. Her lamp is on but it appears sunlight is coming in from a window. Looks like she had a pile of mending to do. Enjoyed all his other pieces too. Comments are closed.