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Gift of the Hanna Fund 1951.65.12
© Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
Catalogue raisonné: Roger-Marx 42
In 1899, Vuillard produced a portfolio of color lithographs, Landscapes and Interiors, of which The Cook is an example. Vuillard, like Cassatt and their contemporaries, was also influenced by the flat, colorful patterns found in Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Here, the figure of the cook is one element in the composition's decorative pattern: the shape of her head is repeated in the pots on the stove, and her blue patterned blouse is echoed in the blue and white tiles by the sink.
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