The young woman,
more elegantly presented
"Although best known for his moralizing scenes of middle-class domestic life and sentimental images of children, Greuze also painted beautiful and compelling portraits. Captured with a subtle palette of soft grays and flesh tones, this unidentified young woman . . . ." -- Museum description.
|Painter:||Jean-Baptiste Greuze (1725-1805), France|
|Museum:||Museum of Fine Arts, Boston|
|Camera work:||March 1994. Nikon EM SLR 50mm, handheld without flash. Permission of the Museum for no-flash picture-taking is appreciated.|