It's Monday. Many things must be done, but this work by John William Godwin (British, 1861 - 1922) sums up what I would love to do: nothing. It's called "Idleness," and dates from 1900.
Godwin is classified as a PreRaphaelite painter; it surprises me, since the 1860's were prime years of PreRaphaelite output, and I'd never heard the movement lasted that long. Besides, this looks too hard-edged and academic to me. But on a Monday morning when I'd rather sit in the sun playing with an orange kitten, I'm not going to quibble. Enjoy.