Paul Cézanne | Femme allaitant son enfant, c.1872 This wonderfully intimate portrait returns to the market amidst a flurry of re-appraisal for Cézanne’s paintings of his companion Hortense Fiquet: this important series is currently the subject of a major exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum in New York titled Madame Cézanne. Of the twenty-nine known paintings of Fiquet, the present work and one other, whose whereabouts remains unknown, are the earliest
Raphael's Sistine Chapel Madonna and Child. Not shown in picture are the 2 cherub figures Raphael painted at the bottom of this-2 kids that used to sit at window watching him paint. I have them on my Saints board.