In - In Latelier Julian (The Studio) Marie paints her...

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In L’atelier Julian ( The Studio ) Marie paints her classroom, “a former dance studio situated in the passage des Panoramas in the second arrondissement” (Weisberg, 59). The viewer’s eye centers on a young woman in a light blue dress, seated in a sunny studio and painting on a canvas,using a long hand support (in German,"Malstock" or "Ruhestab") and a small brush. Our eye moves to the young model, a boy standing on an elevated platform. He is semi-nude. He is wearing a short, knee-length skirt and is holding a long staff. The model is well formed. He has struck a beautiful pose and is clearly visible to all of the students. Our eye moves to the framed picture on the wall, which could be a winning Salon work by a fellow student. The viewer’s eye continues to move counter-clockwise around the studio in continuous and expanding circles, noticing the 16 students at work. Some are working intently, others are resting or talking. Two students in front seem to be discussing something; one of them is
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In - In Latelier Julian (The Studio) Marie paints her...

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