Bernie Clarkson | Girl at a Window
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Girl at a Window

Many artists have painted an image of a young girl or woman at a window from Dali, Cassatt, Vermeer, Balthus and of course Rembrant’s painting at the Dulwich Picture Gallery.
I painted this quite quickly and liked the idea that someone is taking some time to look out onto the world, either a garden or a street. I like the geometry of this image where the girl’s body lies at the meeting point of 3 lines.

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