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  1. Am loving this series Alison. Particularly favour the Barraud this week, I keep staring at it waiting for the characters to move – it's as though someone has paused the pair of them.
    Looking forward to next week x

  2. Beautiful paintings. Love the first, as hanging laundry (or more like smelling it when dry) is one of my favorite things to do — perhaps because I don't get to do it often enough. Damn these stupid homeowners associations! But the third one really gets to me. For some reason I am drawn to images of women at a window, and I have a collection of vintage prints of women at a window, either sewing/knitting, looking for someone to come home, or daydreaming of a different life. Thanks for showing all these great paintings.

  3. Beautiful paintings. Love the first, as hanging laundry (or more like smelling it when dry) is one of my favorite things to do — perhaps because I don't get to do it often enough. Damn these stupid homeowners associations! But the third one really gets to me. For some reason I am drawn to images of women at a window, and I have a collection of vintage prints of women at a window, either sewing/knitting, looking for someone to come home, or daydreaming of a different life. Thanks for showing all these great paintings.

  4. I think my favourite is the woman hanging out the washing,I love,love,love to dry my washing outside and as convenient as it is my faithful tumble dryer makes me feel like a total fraud! also,this picture pulls me in for some reason,I can imagine the interior of her humble but homely apartment,can you?

  5. I can completely relate to "Hide and Seek". I have 3 littles ones ages 5, 3, and 2, with another on the way and those hours just before suppertime are the hardest of the entire day. I have to find a way to make supper in the mornings so the late afternoon doesn't get so stressful.

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