At this artwork, Georg Tappert show with vivacity and rapidity the bohemian life of the society and of the cabarets of the Berlín city, that it will influence at all his artistic production. There is a great movement captured by the wide and fast brushstroke that Tappert uses, with a complete gamma of bright and vibrant colors among them, that captivates you and transports you in the scene.
It is really captivating the way that Tappert represents the scene. All the work is composed of different forms and colors, together with the two dancers, giving importance at the right, Betty, his favorite dancer; so they are camouflaging with the background. Like this, we can see how Tappert give the same importance at all the elements that he represents.
I like to show it to the boys and girls that come at the Museu Carmen Thyssen Andorra because it’s a work that has a lot of game, since to talk about the colors and the forms, at the brushstroke, and they imagine what it shows this piece.