Le Gouter Au Salon Du Peintre
Le Gouter Au Salon Du Peintre by French Painter Madeleine-Jeanne Lemaire (1845 – 1928); ; who’s specialty was composing genre artwork and floral compositions.
This is a wonderful genre painting of the upper class having afternoon tea at the painter’s salon, discussing art and many other things.
There are two women sitting on a satin blue and yellow stripped couch having a conversation; while another women seated nearby in front of a large wall mirror is holding eye glasses up to her eyes, intently listening to the conversation the hostess is having with a gentlemen holding his top hat in his left hand.
There are also three other individuals, comprising one woman and to men talking by a window, while a man sitting in a chair near them listen to a conversation that two other women and a man are having while they drink tea while sitting at a table.
We can also see in the foreground a small black dog that is sitting on a plush fur rug, just off by an arm chair with floral pattern cushion that is near a very large flower vase containing a large assortment of flowers.
This is a remastered digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image that is available as a canvas print online.
Info Below Derived From Wikipedia.org
Was a French painter that specialized in creating elegant genre scenes and floral still life paintings; and displayed her work at the Parisian Salons as well her own Salon which she held at her hôtel particulier on the Rue de Monceau, where she received the members of high society.