Seamstresses in Fine Art November 7, 2015 The Seamstress Eugene de Blaas (1843-1942) Italian Read more HERE Related 13 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” He has happy paintings, all of his subjects are smiling Somehow I believe that the gentleman’s thoughts are far from sewing!!!!!!!!! Sweet picture! The lady isn’t really interested in stitching either! Wooing or sewing, which will she choose? :)) Wooing of course! Beautiful Paintings. I look forward to receiving your Sunday Seamstresses Thank you for teaching us how to machine quilt with your beautiful techniques. I am 75 years young and I am attempting to try the above for the first time. No time like the present! Morning All, Doesn’t this painting just make your heart pitter-patter as you remember “those first besotted days” of falling head first for some handsome man? It appears that de Blass was an eternal romantic. Thank you Lori. Besotted…perfect word for this! Awwwwwwwwwwww Yeah, so romantical. I wonder if he is whispering sweet nothings in her ear, lol I wonder if she is showing off her mad sewing skills. Wonderful colors What a lovely moment in time… he has captured the beauty of her soft curves and reminds us that being stick thin isn’t necessarily something to aspire to 🙂 Thank you for introducing Herr de Blaas to me! I love this picture, and his other works. I hear the conversation something like this… ” Ach, I have a tear in my good shirt. Could you mend it for me?” “Oh, give it here, I will be happy to take care of that.” “May I watch?” “Oh, it’s really nothing at all.” “You are wonderful”. LOL I love his eyes, they say it all. Smitten he is. 🙂 Love your narrative! LOL! Comments are closed.