One of the recurring themes in John's watercolors executed in Meudon was women or young girls kneeling or sitting in church. Sometimes there are several figures seen at a distance or one or more seen close up as if the artist were kneeling directly behind them. Usually they are done on small sheets of paper. This variation on a favorite theme is a particularly fine example with its large areas of a single color and pronounced outlines creating a strong patterning that imparts a very modern feeling to the composition. Such simple and direct observations display the freshness and naiveté that have increased John's reputation as an artist with a special vision.