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Ballerina at the mirror oil painting copy Berthe Morisot “Woman at Her Toilet”original art

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Ballerina at the mirror oil painting copy Berthe Morisot “Woman at Her Toilet”original art

The dimensions of the painting are 13 x 16 x 1 inch (33 x 41 x 2 cm).

Materials: oil paints, canvas on stretcher, brush.

The painting is sold without frames.

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Please note that image colors may vary depending on your monitor settings.

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Ballerina at the mirror, copy of oil painting by Berthe Morisot “Woman at Her Toilet”, by TATYANA

Please note the colors in the image may vary depending on your monitor settings.

Berthe Morisot was found as a woman who became part of the immediate circle of the Impressionists and took part in all their exhibitions. Her paintings were highly appreciated by Edouard Manet, Edgar Degas, Auguste Renoir and Claude Monet.

She painted children and ladies in elegant clothes in the toilet, at home or on a walk. Influenced by Manet, whom she was friends with and married to his brother Eugene, she began to paint on unprimed canvas in an expressive etude style and surround the outlines of flowers, for which her colleagues called her a “virtuoso of color.”

The dimensions of the painting are 13 x 16 x 1 inch (33 x 41 x 2 cm).

Materials: oil paints, canvas on stretcher, brush.

The painting is sold without a frame.

Professional packaging.

Delivery with ID number.

berthe morisot woman at her toilette

Behold the mesmerizing beauty captured in Berthe Morisot’s “Woman at Her Toilette.” This exquisite masterpiece, depicting a woman in a moment of intimate reflection, transcends mere brushstrokes to evoke a profound sense of femininity and elegance. As the viewer gazes upon the delicately painted scene, they are transported to a serene realm where time seems to stand still. Morisot’s remarkable ability to infuse her subjects with both vulnerability and strength is evident in every stroke, as the woman’s poised demeanor belies the depth of her inner thoughts. Through this captivating artwork, Morisot invites us to contemplate the complexities of womanhood and the quiet power found in moments of self-contemplation.