Two spanish penitents
Gouache on paper 31 X 23.7 cm, unframed, small rednesses and pinholes of fixation on the board of the easel, signed Vanhems, who I know nothing about.
Obviously, when it’s unframed, it’s easier to forget them in a drawing board or between the pages of a big book!
I just found this work and you propose it immediately.
These two penitents in a city of Spain are a very graphic image, underlined by the strong contrasts and the reduced palette.
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