At the left side of the composition stands an antique wooden cupboard. A large mirror with wooden frame reflects the room's beauty, adding depth and luminosity to the painting.On top of the cupboard, a striking bouquet of vibrant red flowers in a crystal vase graces the scene, contrasting with the warm, aged wood of the furniture. The flowers exude a sense of vitality against the backdrop of the timeless interior.The focal point of the room is the set of balcony doors made of glass. One of the doors is open, inviting the outside world to merge with the interior space. Sunlight streams through the open door, casting a soft, diffused glow across the room.
Oil on canvas 25* 21 inches (62,5*51 cm)
Framed 31,5 *28 inches (80*71 cm)
Kathleen Sylvester Le Clerc Fowle (Alverstoke 1903 - 1993) was predominantly inspired by the 1920s. It was a time of recovery and introspection after the horrors of the First World War, which saw important shifts in politics. Surrealism grew throughout the 1920s and 1930s, with a focus on the human unconscious - an essential idea of Freudian theory. Le Clerc Fowle was born at Haslar in Hampshire. She attended the Slade School of Art and also received some private tuition. She showed at the Royal Academy of Arts among others.
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