Seamstresses in Fine Art December 19, 2015 Carl Larsson (1853-1919) Swedish Read More HERE Related 12 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” I love all artworks from Carl Larsson, thanks for sharing Lori! Yes, this is a beautiful piece. Larsson is a great artist. Viewing this watercolor is a wonderful way to begin the day! I’d like to enlarge it to study the detail; a magnifying glass would work too. Thank You, Lori, and Merry Christmas! Love this piece. Thank you for sharing. Would love a print / poster of this on my wall in my sewing room. Any suggestions? Hmmm, her studio looks very serene. My sewing room looks like an explosion happened. Beautiful painting; a girl can always dream. Maybe in the New Year, we can clean our studios??? I really enjoy all of Carl Larsson’s books of his watercolors. Amazon, of course, carries those. For a small book, I can recommend his “Farm” for a look at life 100 years ago; or “The World of Carl Larsson” which is more of a coffee table size book. And I have this cute tray http://store.swedishamericanmuseum.org/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/b/r/breakfast_under_the_birtch_samdwish_tray_edited_1.jpg And there are individual prints at http://www.artflakes.com/en/shop/carl-larsson or http://www.zazzle.com/carl+larsson+posters but I don’t see this particular sewing one, though there are others. Thanks, Peggy–as always you are a well-spring of information! Beautiful! Do you know what the name of this painting is? Thanks! No, Jean, this is one of the few I couldn’t find the name… Thanks, Lori! Merry Christmas! I may have found the name, Loom and Thread. Comments are closed.