"After the day's work"  Steel engraving by Eugene Decisy (1866-1936) after the painting by Joseph Bail (1862-1921). Published in "Magazine of Art" London, 1895 The scene: a totally pooped apprentice cook, legs stretched out, eyes shut with fatigue, cigarette in his mouth and a cat, just as tired from a day of cat-typical dolce far niente enjoying the end of a long day's work. Nice humorous composition! Condition is excellent.

Genre, professions, cook, tobacco, After the day's work, cat

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"After the day's work"

Steel engraving by Eugene Decisy (1866-1936) after the painting by Joseph Bail (1862-1921). Published in "Magazine of Art" London, 1895

The scene: a totally pooped apprentice cook, legs stretched out, eyes shut with fatigue, cigarette in his mouth and a cat, just as tired from a day of cat-typical dolce far niente enjoying the end of a long day's work. Nice humorous composition!

Condition is excellent. Very clean. Wide margins. 13,8 x 20,8 cm (ca. 5.4 x 8.2")



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