Edouard Vuillard, "Board Game"
Édouard Vuillard, At the Board Game, 1902; Städel Museum, Frankfurt.
The dark, blue-tinged version below is probably a reproduction of this Vuillard painting, possibly further altered with an editing app. It's best to avoid low-res images in general, since they can't adequately represent the artwork being shown, but keep in mind that blurry photos might also indicate a false image. Some fuzzy photos are authentic, but if so, they're often from sites that don't permit large-size downloads due to copyright restrictions. When that happens, there should be (but usually isn't) a copyright notification.
Low-resolution, altered version of a painting by Edouard Vuillard.
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