The 19th-century French-born artist Berthe Morisot was an active member of the Impressionist movement.
She painted women almost exclusively. Yet while many of her male contemporaries painted women as decoration, Morisot portrayed them in the fullness and intimacy of their daily lives - working, sewing, resting, or attending to their toilette. They defy objectification and are all the more stunning for it.
La Psyché, the softly-lit painting of a woman in a private, flirtatious pose in front of a mirror, is one such painting.
Hang it where you the best light floods into your home.
And every time you see it you can smile secretly to yourself that, yep, you've practiced a similar pose in front of your own bedroom mirror!
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