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    • Leo Misleh

      Three Women with Three Wolves. Eugene Samuel Grasset. 1900.

    • BoBak

      EUGENE GRASSET * 1845-1917 * French * Art Nouveau ** Three Women with Three Wolves ~ 1900

    • Eveline Wouters

      ‘Three Women and Three Wolves’, ‘Trois femmes et trois loups’ 1892- by Eugène Grasset | Art Nouveau | Paris, Musée des Arts Décoratifs -|-Three women thinly veiled float in the air. They look bewildered. Why do they fly? They seem to have lost, both voice and gravity. Both, voice and gravity are on the ground (the horn). Silence: their gaze freezes. It is the silence of the wolves. They are so scared they do not even dare to cry” text Sébille Auch

    • Christina

      Trois femmes et trois loups, by Eugene Grasset (? I think that was the artist's name).

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