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Laundresses were already recognised as a French artist’s subject. Chardin and Greuze had painted them in the eighteenth century. More recently, in the new realist tradition,Honoré Daumier, a painter Degas admired, had depicted them more than once. François Bonvin (1817–1887) painted Woman ironing in 1858 (now in Philadelphia; an 1856 oil sketch is in National Museum Wales), and in the same year Pierre Edouard Frère painted a woman at the same task, The Laundress (Haworth Art Gallery, Accrington).
The supreme poet of ironing is the painter Edgar Degas. He’s best known for the long series of paintings, pastels and drawings on ballet, the theatre and racing, but from 1869 he added another theme, that of laundresses, especially those engaged in ironing. There are 27 extant depictions of them. On 19 November 1872 Degas wrote to his friend the painter James Tissot from New Orleans, where he was visiting his American relatives,
Everything is beautiful in this world of the people. But one Paris laundry girl, with bare arms, is worth it all for such a pronounced Parisian as I am. The right way is to collect oneself, and one can only collect oneself by seeing little.
(Andrew Green)
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  2. 2. Roberto Fernández Balbuena (1891-1966) Woman Ironing, 1930 Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya
  3. 3. Andrus Johani 1932 Art Museum, Tartu Estonia Ivana Kobilca (Slovenia, 1861-1926) Ironing Women - 1891
  4. 4. Henri Michel-Levy (French, 1845 - 1914) La repasseuse ParfaitAugrand(French,1782-18..) Womanironing
  5. 5. Laundresses were already recognised as a French artist’s subject. Chardin and Greuze had painted them in the eighteenth century. More recently, in the new realist tradition, Honoré Daumier, a painter Degas admired, had depicted them more than once. François Bonvin (1817–1887) painted Woman ironing in 1858 (now in Philadelphia; an 1856 oil sketch is in National Museum Wales), and in the same year Pierre Edouard Frère painted a woman at the same task, The Laundress (Haworth Art Gallery, Accrington) Francois Bonvin (French, 1817-1887) A Woman Ironing, National Museum Wales
  6. 6. Francois Bonvin (French, 1817-1887) Woman Ironing, Philadelphia Museum of Art
  7. 7. Pierre Edouard Frère (French, 1819–1886) The Laundress Haworth Art Gallery, Accrington
  8. 8. Edgar Degas - Woman Ironing. Silhouette 1873 Metropolitan Museum of Art
  9. 9. Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917) The Laundress Ironing (Blanchisseuse Repassant) 1882-86 Reading Public Museum, Pennsylvania
  10. 10. Edgar Degas Woman ironing 1869 Neue Pinakothek, Munich, Germany detail The supreme poet of ironing is the painter Edgar Degas. He’s best known for the long series of paintings, pastels and drawings on ballet, the theatre and racing, but from 1869 he added another theme, that of laundresses, especially those engaged in ironing. There are 27 extant depictions of them.
  11. 11. Edgar Degas (French, 1834-1917) Woman ironing 1869 Neue Pinakothek, Munich, Germany
  12. 12. EdgarDegas(French,1834-1917) Womanironing(LaRepasseuse)Muséed'Orsay
  13. 13. EdgarDegas(French,1834-1917) TheLaundress1873 NortonSimonArtFoundation EdgarDegas WomanIroningcirca1882-1886
  14. 14. Edgar Degas - circa 1869-1875 Davis Museum and Cultural Center - Wellesley, Massachusetts
  15. 15. Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917) Woman Ironing 1884-86 Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK
  16. 16. Edgar Degas Women Ironing, circa 1884 Norton Simon Museum
  17. 17. Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917) Women Ironing circa 1884-1886 Grand Palais (Musée d'Orsay)
  18. 18. Edgar Degas Women Ironing circa 1884-1886 Grand Palais (Musée d'Orsay) detail
  19. 19. Edgar Degas La repasseuse à contre-jour Musée Angladon, Avignon, France
  20. 20. Edgar Degas Woman Ironing National Gallery of Art Washington, D.C.
  21. 21. Ferdinand-Georges Lemmers (Belgian, 1871-1944) Les repasseuses
  22. 22. Heinrich Linde-Walther Repasseuses, c 1900, Nationalgalerie Berlin
  23. 23. FranckBail(French,1858-1924) LaRepasseuse
  24. 24. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, 1864 - 1901) «The Laundresses»
  25. 25. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, 1864 - 1901) Laundress
  26. 26. Helena Westermarck (Finnish, 1857 - 1938) «The ironers, An important question» 1883 (Detail) Amos Anderson Art Museum
  27. 27. Helena Westermarck (Finnish, 1857 - 1938) «The ironers, An important question» 1883 (Detail)
  28. 28. David Rakia (Austrian/Israeli 1928-2013) Women Ironing in a Laundry
  29. 29. EricGiraultLarepasseuse Jeff Friboulet (France, 1919-2003) La repasseuse
  30. 30. KhsarGassiev(Ossetian,1929) Ironer1960 Zafi (Frenh, 1946) La repasseuse
  31. 31. J Christian Sajous Ironing Lesson
  32. 32. Janet Mitchell (Canadian, 1912-1998) Woman ironing
  33. 33. JennyHolm Ironingday RobertColquhoun(1914–1962)WomanIroning CountyHall,LeicestershireCountyCouncilArtworksCollection
  34. 34. Advertisement Verley amidon 1889s
  35. 35. Advertisement
  36. 36. Advertisement Kingsford's Oswego Starch 1885
  37. 37. Vintage Art Illustration Mother and Daughter Ironing 1920's
  38. 38. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela/collections Sound: Leonard Cohen - Tower Of Song 2016

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