Vilhelm Hammershøi Dust Motes Dancing on the Sunbeams oil on canvas 70 × 59 cm 1900
His compositions are completely considered yet have a natural quality, as though gracefully balanced scenes just presented themselves to him.
As for the light entering this room, warming a patch on the floor and reflecting off the white woodwork, has anyone ever done this better?
Inspired by the paintings of Gabriella Soraci, the month of October will be devoted to looking at paintings that use a window as a central subject. I plan to alternate between contemporary artists and artists from the past. If you have a suggestion (not your own work please), please email me an image along with a few sentences about the work.