painter Seraphine Louis, "Seraphine of Senlis" con todo el tipico colorido naif

painter Seraphine Louis, "Seraphine of Senlis" con todo el tipico colorido naif

seraphine de senlis

seraphine de senlis

Seraphine Louis

Seraphine Louis

Séraphine Louis, known as "Séraphine de Senlis" She was employed as a housekeeper for middle-class families in the town of Senlis. Alongside her arduous day jobs, Séraphine painted by candlelight, largely in secret isolation, until her considerable body of work was discovered in 1912 by German art collector Wilhelm Uhde. She used colors and pigments that she made herself from unusual and exotic ingredients she never revealed that have stood the test of time for durable vividness.

Séraphine Louis

Séraphine Louis, known as "Séraphine de Senlis" She was employed as a housekeeper for middle-class families in the town of Senlis. Alongside her arduous day jobs, Séraphine painted by candlelight, largely in secret isolation, until her considerable body of work was discovered in 1912 by German art collector Wilhelm Uhde. She used colors and pigments that she made herself from unusual and exotic ingredients she never revealed that have stood the test of time for durable vividness.

Seraphine (de Senlis) Louis

Seraphine (de Senlis) Louis

Seraphine de Senlis

Seraphine de Senlis

Villeneuve d'Ascq LaM-Séraphine Louis de Senlis

Séraphine Louis de Senlis

Les grandes marguerites, 1929-1930 www.musées-senlisfr

Les grandes marguerites, 1929-1930 www.musées-senlisfr

Séraphine Louis / Séraphine de Senlis

Art Naïf,Des Yeux,Feuilles,Fleurs,Transfert,Peintres,Peintures Françaises,Art Textile,Art Floral

Séraphine Louis de Senlis

Séraphine Louis de Senlis

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