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• Also called The Candy Seller, this print exemplifies Sérusier’s unsentimental portrayals of Breton peasant women. This woman displays her wares at a small stand on market day. Her melancholy expression, rough-hewn features, and slab-like hands contrast markedly with the quiet elegance of Delavallée’s Seated Breton Woman (above, center).
• The print’s dramatic use of a neutral palette of beige, brown, black and white also exemplifies Sérusier’s sophisticated handling of color.