The painter's involvement in this movement is visible in the grace and simplicity of this naked woman, in the tapestry and in the bed dispersed in waves of colour, in the extreme synthesis of the fruit bowl: here it is evident that Spadini had not only learned the great lesson of Manet, but that he had also come into contact with the work of Henri Matisse. A gentle sensuality appears in the naked forms, which also conveys the absorbed expression of the young girl who shows herself to us in a simple and genuine way.


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