The artist painter Nadia Vuillaume worked on this painting for several years. In this life scene, she had to find a harmony that could address several topics without expressing any judgement. The artist’s first desire here is first to highlight her model’s femininity, without ignoring the hardship of the task she has undertaken. It is noticeable that the young woman’s foot is excessively big, like anchored in the ground and growing from the earth. She uses her powerful hands as tools and her breast slightly unveiled is a symbol of fertility and breastfeeding.
The artist painter plays here on the paradox between village and factory, between modernity and archaism. Each in its own way, the village and the factory collect their needs from the earth.
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