Seamstresses in Fine Art December 20, 2014 A Girl Crocheting Pierre Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) French Read more HERE Related 8 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” Completely peaceful/serene picture!!!! Wow…I seriously need to work on my hair and makeup…LOL! I tried the cute hair up hat thing…looked like a tard! Almost sent you a pic…made me laugh! Beautiful painting…thanks for sharing these…is my reminder to relax and enjoy. 🙂 Lori, thanks for sharing these lovely works of art. I am enjoying the mix of fmq and art. Rosemary B here: Awwww very cute. It must be warm or… her blouse is falling off lol 😀 Renoir knows how to capture the moment!! Thanks for sharing! I’m constantly amazed at the number of people that don’t know the difference between knitting and crocheting. I do both in public, and people are constantly asking what I’m knitting – they have no idea that I’m crocheting! (leaving my soapbox now…) That said, it’s wonderful to see that even the great artists recognized the need to “document” people doing basic things, and make it look important and, dare I say, even a little sexy?! I enjoy the art works you post here. Thank you for doing it. So exquisite what a beautiful painting of a beautiful woman. What a talent. Thank-you for posting this delectable art work. Wishing you and your family a peaceful and jolly Christmas Holiday and a healthy and happy New Year. Thank-you for all your hard work this year, it has been a treat to receive your emails into my mail box so regularly. Kindest regards and compliments of the season Marilyn from sunny Australia Comments are closed.