L'Amour Est Aveugle

L'Amour est Aveugle is an enchanting artwork realized by George Barbier in 1920.

This original print belongs to the portfolio Le Bonheur du Jour by the artist.

The title is printed below the image.

The artwork represents a blindfolded elegant man standing among four women. He grasped one of them from the skirt of her gown, but cannot see her. All the figures seem weightless, standing on their tiptoes in elegant and light poses. The scene takes place in a lavish architectural setting, with a checkered floor, arches, and columns with Ionic capitals. Below the arches, fruit plants. Two tall pine trees on the sides frame the scene. White doves fly in the sky.

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L'Amour est Aveugle is an enchanting artwork realized by George Barbier in 1920.

This original print belongs to the portfolio Le Bonheur du Jour by the artist.

The title is printed below the image.

The artwork represents a blindfolded elegant man standing among four women. He grasped one of them from the skirt of her gown, but cannot see her. All the figures seem weightless, standing on their tiptoes in elegant and light poses. The scene takes place in a lavish architectural setting, with a checkered floor, arches, and columns with Ionic capitals. Below the arches, fruit plants. Two tall pine trees on the sides frame the scene. White doves fly in the sky.

More Information
Artist George Barbier
Typology Original Prints
Technique Pochoir
Year 1920
Editor Chez Meynail, Paris
Dimensions (cm) 32 x 0.1 x 45
Subject History, Women

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