Little Monkey Sitting On a Pole (1820)

Technique: Giclée quality print
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The painting depicts a small monkey curled atop a long, slender pole. Its body is compact and round, encircling the pole's summit with its tail hanging loosely. The monkey’s gaze is attentive and almost contemplative. Its fur appears soft and textured, contrasting with the smooth and stark pole it clings to. The pole is anchored onto a simple, flat platform that rests on a base with discreet wheels, suggesting the setup is portable. The background of the painting is plain, drawing all focus to the monkey and the stark lines of the pole and platform.


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Jean Bernard (1775–1833) was an avid Dutch art collector and a painter. His portraits of people, nature, and animals were drawn mostly with charcoal and colored crayons which beautifully captured the intricate details of his varied subjects. 

He was a successful artist during his lifetime with many of his works decorating ministries and famous people's homes.