When the sighing begins
In the violins
Of the autumn-song,
My heart is drowned
In the slow sound,
Languorous and long
…wrote the immortal French poet Paul Verlaine in his “Autumn Song” [English translation by Arthur Symons].
The “Indian Summer” is a particularly rich source of inspiration for artists. A season of lethargy, melancholy and passion, it offers creative souls a great deal of freedom in their colour choices, as so eloquently demonstrated by Paul Sérusier, the founder of the Nabi movement, in his work “The Talisman”.
In the same vein, a new generation of contemporary artists are now delighting us with liberal use of tan, ochre, orange and crimson shades.
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