Louvre Notebook A5 - The Cheat
The original painting, dating from 1635-1638, the only diurnal painting by Georges de La Tour in the Louvre along with the Saint Thomas, the Cheat illustrates a theme that was frequently taken up in the wake of Caravaggio. The young man is subjected here to three major temptations according to 17th-century moral standards: gambling, wine, and lust.
On this notebook, a woman with a sophisticated hairstyle and plunging neckline beckons a woman, with a sophisticated headdress and plunging neckline is longer sitting around a table on a Parisian terrace!
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