The Prints (1905). Henri Manguin (French, 1874-1949). Oil on canvas. Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza. Two women seated on a couch or a narrow bed, one dressed, the other naked, look at a book with colour illustrations in an interior lavishly decorated with hangings. In order for the book to be their common focus of attention, they both have to turn their bodies and heads; the torsion is greater in the naked woman. Both figures represent the same model: Jeanne, the artist’s wife.