François Barraud – La Tailleuse de Soupe (1933)

Largely forgotten today, François Barraud was a self-taught Swiss painter known for his realism, deeply melancholic, contemplative portraits and nudes. He was influenced by The New Objectivity movement, which also included Christian Schad and Cagnaccio di San Pietro. The movement emphasized the realism of everyday life, without much context being offered: the very identity of […]

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