Portrait of Gisèle by Thijs van Velzen, pictures by Jordi Huisman
Gisèle d’Ailly van Waterschoot van der Gracht is a woman of the castle. She never learned how to use a stove or how to prepare fried eggs. She simply never had to learn it. She let herself be carried away by the stillness of thick brick walls. Pealing paint from the ceiling, men hiding in the structure of ornaments, fluttering of bird wings, fish bone revealing hooded figures. read the complete article, including the pictures
This portrait is part of an ongoing collaboration with ZEIT Online, Die Zeit presents a special curation of FvF pictures on their site.