When we set out to design this blog, we looked at irises—lots of them. We asked curators and members of the blog team to pick favorite irises, both literal and metaphorical. There were camera irises, like those in the cache… More»
She’s young, she’s vulnerable, she’s uncertain.
She’s a young girl facing the outside world scaled for grown-ups. The daughter of a composer, a friend of the artist, is depicted here in an off-balanced porch, in front of a closed door, with quite the haunting gaze.
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Eye-to-eye connects the peoples of yesterday to you through art.
Jeanne Kefer, 1885, Fernand Khnopff. J. Paul Getty Museum.