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Pony Pals™ know that I like to maintain a certain level of paranoia towards blogging about work, but when I saw this lineup of lovely lasses in painting conservation, I just couldn't resist. What an unlikely trio! And yet, look at how their postures echo and mirror each other. Neat!
From left to right, they are Copley's Anne Fairchild Bowler, 1763, Modigliani's Madame Amédée, 1918, and the saucy Young Woman in White by a follower of David (look how yellow she used to be!), c.1798. Totally ruining the effect in the background is that attention whore, Renoir's horrible Girl with a Goddamn Watering Can (ugh), and in the foreground is some generic Madonna.
Bonus! Also visible is the back of this weird little painting.