Woman at the Café
|Woman at the Café|
|Medium||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||80 cm × 60 cm (31 in × 24 in)|
|Location||Ca' Pesaro, Venice|
Cipriano Efisio Oppo called the painting "clean as a copper pot in a kitchen". Alberto Francini of L'Italia Letteraria wrote about the scene: "And do not let the lone, bare table in a seaside Trattoria in Ostia deceive you. There is no tragedy. There will soon be a steaming bowl of fragrant fish soup [on it]. The Woman at the Café will have her ice cream, and the Young Girl will find a husband."