French artist Paul Gaugin (1848 – 1903) made a sequence of work referred to as Human Distress through the time he shared in Arles, South of France, with Vicent Van Gogh (1853 – 1890). The one beneath, The Wine Harvest. Human Distress, is one among them. Essentially the most outstanding determine is that girl sitting on the entrance, a picture impressed by a Peruvian mummy Gaugin noticed in Paris. Accompanying her, we discover three different ladies wearing black, with Breton costumes however in a winery within the south of France. The gloomy color of the ladies’s faces and their severe expression depict detrimental feelings. For a lot of, this portray symbolizes the melancholy, struggling and despair of these trapped in a life and not using a future.
See the picture beneath.