The works shown in the exhibition are a study by Gaspard Maillol of the movement of women in their daily lives. Particularly charming, lovingly and artfully presented in daily activities. The movements are round, feminine, mysterious and dreamy. The wood- cuts, from 1910-1914, are printed on Montval paper, a special paper type developed by Gaspard and his uncle Aristide Maillol (1861-1944).Gaspard Maillol worked in an era of artists like Pierre Bonnard (1867- 1947) and Henri Matisse (1869-1954) and of course his uncle Aristide.
The works are presented by Imagine Wageningen - art, books, design and coffeebar. www.imagine-wageningen.nl