Reading Women


Two postcards sent by Bryon (the USA) that make a great addition to the ReadingWomen album

Above: Two on the Aisle, a work by American painter Edward Hopper, whose work I really admire. About this painting, you can read in the Wikipedia: "His Two on the Aisle (1927) sold for a personal record $1,500, enabling Hopper to purchase an automobile, which he used to make field trips to remote areas of New England."

Below: Lesende Frau (II.), by Quint Buchholz



And a third reading woman postcard sent by John (the UK): Repose, by French painter Jacques Cancaret.

4 comments:

  1. Aquesta col·lecció teua és una de les meues preferides.

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  2. I agree with Eutrapèlia,I love to see reading women (and men) on postcards! However, tmo almost all of your collections are a delight to see!

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