Series - Easter Bunnies

For Easter, I propose you a series of "Rabbits" instead of chocolate ones.

This one, in the eyes and the lens of my sister Flo. at the FIAC, a sculpture by Barry Flanagan.

"Le saut du lapin"

You have to look at every detail, the rabbit, the curious flowers, the foliage, really very very amazing, right?
A rare painting by Amadeo de Souza Cardoso, painted at the age of 24, in 1911, by this Portuguese painter who lived in Paris, was the friend of Modigliani, Brancusi or Archipenko.
Destined for a great career, precursor of modern art and cubism, he was one of the victims of the Spanish flu of 1918. He was only 31 years old.
The Spanish flu, so called because Spain was the first country to mention it publicly, even though it was already affecting many countries. It was devastating, affecting almost the entire globe.

A print by Harry Bunce, 2020.

 Marc Chagall, "Le lapin", 1927.

We are really in Alice's garden, in the bowels of the earth. Lewis Carroll is not far!

A huge painting by Aki Kuroda.
To go with my Easter bunnies. 

Jeff Koons' 1986 rabbit has become an icon of contemporary art.
In the 21st century, do we need artists' works or postures?
And now, what about the art market?

Jean-Siméon Chardin, "Lapin mort et attirail de chasse", 1729.

A beautiful Japanese print, "Trois lapins" par Kawanabe, 1881.

Tea time with the rabbits.

Yes, I assure you, it is a painting by Magritte and 1948 and the title is amazing: "Pom'Po Pon Pon Pon Pom Po Pon".
It is really a curious painting with the candle and the drums.