Painters Paintings Léon Frédéric (1856–1940), The Golden Age, Morning (left panel of triptych), 190…
Painters Work Léon Frédéric (1856–1940), The Golden Age, Morning (left panel of triptych), 1901, Oil on canvas, 126.5 x 117 cm, Musée d’Orsay, Paris
Through the 1890s, Léon Frédéric turned more and more to very totally different themes, nonetheless painted in his detailed realist fashion.
One in all his main works from 1901 was a triptych of The Golden Age, from which the left panel represents Morning.
Frédéric has forgotten the agricultural poverty of his earlier years, and now reveals an idyllic countryside. Younger infants fly via the air, as if falling from heaven, solely to latch on and feed on the breast. The boys are leisurely tending to the livestock in everlasting spring sunshine. There’s only one worrying determine: an previous particular person with a stick on the left edge.