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To avoid the harsh Savoie winter conditions and the oncoming German armies Balthus and Antoinette left Vernatel in late and moved to Switzerland to be with her parents who were living in Bern. Further back over the crest of the hill, but out of sight, is the Rhone valley. In the distant background are the blue grey of the Colombier mountain range. The setting is a late sunny summer afternoon and a girl lies in the field taking in the last of the sun.
The mountain range on the right is the Vacherie de la Balme and it overshadows the village of Vernatel in the valley. In the field in the foreground we see the farmer with his pair of oxen struggling to drag a tree trunk across the field. However instead of the plain, dull background setting of his Paris studio in that work, these two paintings have a more colourful backdrop of one of the rooms at Champrovent.
He started painting Salon I in but before its completion he worked on the second version which he completed in The first version, Salon I, was not completed until when he and Antoinette were residing in Fribourg.
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It was completed by him in , when he was twenty eight years of age and three years after his first one-man exhibition. The finished work was not exhibited until under the title Summer. This had meant to have been one in a set of four which featured the seasons of the year but Balthus never completed the other three paintings.
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This work once again had Balthus labelled as a Surrealist painter. Look at the seven figures. There is something very strange about them. There appears to be no connection between them and yet they are supposed to be a hiking party. Look at the different poses of the figures, some are walking, some are kneeling whilst the woman in the foreground looks as if she is lying on the ground asleep. This portrayal of mixed activities makes them even more disconnected. If anything this painting is a form of escapism for Balthus who hankered to be back in Beatenberg where he had many happy memories.
In , Balthus was living in Switzerland avoiding the horrors of war and it was in that year that he completed his painting entitled The Game of Patience.
Balthus had discovered a new model for his work. She was Janette Aldry and was a little older than the models Balthus had once used whilst living in Paris. In the painting we see the girl, with her right knee resting on a stool, bent over the elegant highly polished Louis Quinze table carefully studying the playing cards which are spread on it.
Her back is straight and she seems somewhat tense.
Behind the table on the left of the picture is a high backed Louis Quinze chair on which is an open box.
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