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Anders Zorn | Omnibus, 1892 | Nationalmuseum, Stockholm

Anders Zorn | Omnibus (1891-1892) | Nationalmuseum, Stockholm (detail)

The electric evening light on the grand boulevards of Paris fascinated Anders Zorn (Swedish painter, 1860-1920)🎨.
With his virtuoso technique, he records here how it is reflected in the misted-up windows of an omnibus and falls on the faces and bodies of the passengers.
The main figure in the painting is the young woman with the square box. Behind her, a prostitute can be made out. Both represent the modern city, with its commercial attractions and dangers. | © Nationalmuseum, Stockholm

Anders Zorn | Self-Portrait, 1889
Anders Zorn | Omnibus (1891-1892) | Nationalmuseum, Stockholm (detail)

La luce elettrica della sera sui grandi viali di Parigi affascinarono Zorn.
Con la sua tecnica virtuosa, registra qui come si riflette nelle finestre appannate di un omnibus e cade sui volti e sui corpi dei passeggeri.
La figura principale nel dipinto è la giovane donna con la scatola quadrata.
Dietro di lei si può distinguere una prostituta.
Entrambi rappresentano la città moderna, con le sue attrazioni commerciali e pericoli. | © Nationalmuseum, Stockholm

Anders Zorn | Omnibus (1891-1892) | Nationalmuseum, Stockholm (detail)

Anders Zorn | Omnibus (1891-1892) | Nationalmuseum, Stockholm (detail)

Anders Zorn | Omnibus (1891-1892) | Nationalmuseum, Stockholm (detail)

Anders Zorn | Omnibus (1891-1892) | Nationalmuseum, Stockholm

Anders Zorn | Omnibus (study)

Anders Zorn | Omnibus (study)

Anders Zorn | Omnibus (study)

Anders Zorn | Omnibus, 1892 | Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston (detail)

Anders Zorn | Omnibus, 1892 | Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston

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