Young Woman Powdering Herself (Seurat)
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|Jeune femme se poudrant|
|Type||Oil paint on canvas|
|Dimensions||95.5 by 79.5 centimetres (37.6 in × 31.3 in)|
|Location||Courtauld Gallery, London|
Before the painting was publicly shown, it is believed that the frame on the wall depicted a mirror or a self-portrait, showing Seurat himself. On the advice of a friend, Seurat painted it over.
- "Young Woman powdering Herself". artandarchitecture.org.uk. Courtauld Institute of Art. Retrieved 5 July 2014.
- Jonathan Jones (24 March 2001). "Portrait of the week no. 50 - Young Woman Powdering Herself, Georges-Pierre Seurat (c. 1890)". The Guardian. Guardian Media Group. Retrieved 5 July 2014.
- Leslie, Tim (4 July 2014). "Before and after: X-ray paintings by Picasso, Van Gogh to reveal their surprising stories". ABC News (Australia). Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 5 July 2014.
- Alberge, Dalya (28 March 2014). "Georges Seurat's secret self-portrait sees light of day". London Evening Standard. Retrieved 5 July 2014.