Portrait of a Woman

Portrait of a Woman

Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer (1865-1953)

Before 1906

Source: The Studio, p. 150

“His paintings and pastels are generally one-figure studies; but the significance of each picture is conveyed as much by the background and surroundings as by the figure itself. The surroundings play a special and important part in this artist's work, for they are almost invariably imaginative, or efforts of memory. ” — Frances Keyzer

Text and image correction by George P. Landow

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