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One of Morisot's most famous paintings depicts the beginning of one of her most common subject matters, motherhood. Edma, her sister, looks upon her newborn child, Blanche, who is asleep in a veiled cradle. Morisot's delicate touch of the paintbrush is evident in how she shows the translucent veil shielding the child and how her sister looks sweetly, admiring the child. In both tone and technique, Morisot exhibits the maternal delicacy of the subject. Her impressionist technique develops as the way the soft pastel colors are softly scattered throughout the scene, often showing the varying textures and lighting of the narrative.
SKU: 63048
Creator: Berthe Morisot
Date: 1872
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Original Size: 22.05 x 18.11 in.
Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris

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One of Morisot's most famous paintings depicts the beginning of one of her most common subject matters, motherhood. Edma, her sister, looks upon her newborn child, Blanche, who is asleep in a veiled cradle. Morisot's delicate touch of the paintbrush is evident in how she shows the translucent veil shielding the child and how her sister looks sweetly, admiring the child. In both tone and technique, Morisot exhibits the maternal delicacy of the subject. Her impressionist technique develops as the way the soft pastel colors are softly scattered throughout the scene, often showing the varying textures and lighting of the narrative.
SKU: 63048
Creator: Berthe Morisot
Date: 1872
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Original Size: 22.05 x 18.11 in.
Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris

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