Watercolors by Maja Wrońska
Illustrations : by Claire Roe
Watercolor by Jennifer Kraska
New released artworks by Tim McDonagh
Vincent Van Gogh, excerpt from a letter to his brother Theo, 30 April 1885:
I think a peasant girl is more beautiful than a lady, in her dusty, patched blue skirt and bodice, which get the most delicate hues from weather, wind, and sun. But if she puts on a lady’s dress, she loses her peculiar charm. A peasant is more real in his fustian clothes in the fields than when he goes out to church on Sunday in a kind of dress coat.