After writing about still life paintings with chairs, we stay with still lifes for a bit.
These paintings by Nathalie du Pasquier (France 1957) attract me hugely, although I can't tell you exactly why.
I'll try anyway: I love the way she uses very everyday, modern objects in her work; a bottle of glue,
an orange plastic bowl, a coffee cup.
Her work has the same calm as Morandi's.
Du Pasquier worked first as a designer and was one of the founders of the Milan based Memphis group.