The Singel bridge at the Paleisstraat in Amsterdam by George Hendrik Breitner
The painting The Single Bridge at the Paleisstraat is one of the masterpieces of George Hendrik Breitner and is most likely based on a picture. The painting shows a cloudy dark winterday, on which people are crossing the Single Bridge. The ground and roofs are covered with wet, grizzled snow causing a beautiful contrast with the black and redbrown tints in the painting. Many people are passing, some displayed only with some strokes of the brush. On the left side little girls are playing and at the right side a maid is painted, slightly holding up her skirts in order not to get dirty. On the Single Bridge at the Paleisstraat common daily life is represented, Breitner succeeded in this perfectly.
On the foreground, in the centre, there is a woman, dressed accordingly to the latest Paris’ fashion. She wears a pelerine with fur in orange, brown colours. A veil is in front of her face and she is wearing a hat with rooster feathers. It looks like the woman is approaching her public directly.
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