I would want this 1933 Edouard Vuillard painting of Jeanne Lanvin in it. Yes, the same Lanvin that founded the great Parisian fashion house. I just love the colors and details—the pencil cup, the pattern books, her lovely green cardigan. Vuillard once said, “I don’t paint portraits, I paint people at home.” This is just what I love about this piece, that it lacks the formality and stiffness so often found in portraits of the period. What would you put in your museum?
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