Le Réveil (Awakening) c1830-31 by French Painter Aimée Brune-Pagès (1803 – 1866); one of the most respected female French painters.
This is a beautiful portrait of an attractive young lady in her bed awakening to the morning light, in a white lace pajama, red hair ribbon, and lace hair net holding an open book in her right hand and resting the left side of her face on her left hand.
She is propped up against the headboard of her bed by a very, very large white pillow and has a white sheet across her legs as well as multi-colored bedspread around her back and over her right arm.
Toward the front of the scene and over her legs is a large embroidered emerald green bed curtain that frames ones view onto the young lady.
This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.
Info Below Derived From Wikipedia.org
Aimée Brune-Pagès was a student of French Historical Painter Charles Meynier (1763 or 68 – 1832) of events of the late 18th and early 19th century.
During her time she was under the rule of several political regimes, which included The Restoration, The July Monarchy, The Second Republic and The Second Empire.
She is considered to be one of the most respected French women painters, and she exhibited regularly at the Salon from 1822 to 1853; sometimes collaborating with her husband French Landscape Painter Christian Brune (1793 – 1849).