By: Fernand Khnopff (1858-1921)
Created: 1889, Collection: Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Brussels, Belgium Rights: Rights reserved, photo: J. Geleyns / Ro scan
This painting is not too difficult to recreate. Make sure that you wear similar dresses to create a rhythm in the composition of figures. And use tennis rackets as props.
Fernand Edmond Jean Marie Khnopff was a Belgian symbolist painter. In 1889, Khnopff laid his first contacts with England, where he would stay end exhibit regularly in the future. British artists such as Hunt, Watts,Rossetti, Brown and Burne-Jones would become friends. In March 1898 Khnopff presented a selection of 21 works on the first exhibition of the Vienna Secession. In Vienna his work was received with massive admiration. The works he presented at the Secession would form a major influence on the oeuvre of Gustav Klimt. Source for the description: Wikipedia