Let it Rain
A female figure is depicted in a moment of introspection, resulting in the recognition of boredom. The monotony resulting from constant self-occupation is hinted through the bored and distant gaze, and the visage’s broken reflection in the water. The relationship between the background and the figure is unclear, adding a feeling of oddness to the scene and the radiating skin of the figure seems amiss within the cold tones of the surrounding. Burn’s unique way of painting, reminiscent of a drawing, adds to the fascination of the work.