Seamstresses in Fine Art November 5, 2016 Clotilde Louis Paul Dessar (1867-1952) American Read more HERE Related 6 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” Ah, what a lovely image of the most pale celery green bathed in golden sunlight. Thank you!!! Have been trying to sign up my sister for your newsletter all week. Here email is email@example.com. Thank you for your help and your site. Thanks for brooadening my horizons. I would probably never read about these artists, but I am reading and learning about the artists you post. I love this one! ? How very soothing… and when the coffee pot finishes, she will have a cup and continue stitching…..me, too….with chocolate in it! Whoa… I think she is “expecting” as we used to say ! No coffee for awhile, mommy! wait on the caffeine as we know nowadays..And I think this portrait composed itself. Mr. Dessar grabbed the opportunity. He produced a lovely rendition.Will go look for more of his work now. Good light always helps when you are trying to find your mistake in a project knit on #2 needles! And if she is “expecting”, you know it will be a fine yarn on small needles. Thanks for finding all the “moments in time” you post on Saturdays. Comments are closed.