A large 1967 painting of his two daughters, then 4 and 6, sitting on a chaise and looking bored to tears is unusually touching.
Fact: the venerable Le Corbusier LC4 chaise longue, an icon of modern design, appears in hundreds of adult films.
A form of sofa with a backrest at one end only. 躺椅？
━━ n. 2輪［4輪］軽装馬車.
'Chaise lounge' appears to be a very early example of an eggcorn, dating from long before eggcorns were given a name.
[Note: eggcorns are words or phrases which have been coined mistakenly, often due to an incorrect guess as to how a word is spelled, but one which makes some kind of sense. For example, Old-Timer's Disease for Alzheimer's Disease and daring-do for derring-do.]
Eggcorns are words or phrases that are used by mistake, usually because they are homophones or sound similar to the original words. People often write 'wet your appetite', while the original expression is 'whet your appetite', but the two words sound the same.
bore (FAIL TO INTEREST)
to talk or act in a way that makes someone lose interest and become tired:
"Am I boring you?" she asked anxiously.
1 [C] DISAPPROVING someone who talks too much about boring subjects:
I had to sit next to Michael at dinner - he's such a bore.
2 [S] INFORMAL an activity or situation that is annoying or unpleasant:
Ironing is such a bore.
[+ ing form of verb] It's an awful bore cooking a meal every night.
[+ to infinitive] It's such a bore to have to write this out all over again.
feeling tired and unhappy because something is not interesting or because you have nothing to do:
It was a cold, wet day and the children were bored.
He was getting bored with/of doing the same thing every day.
not interesting or exciting:
She finds opera boring.
It's boring to sit on the plane with nothing to read.
a boring lecture
The film was so boring I fell asleep.
The film has a boringly predictable ending.
when you are bored:
They started quarrelling out of sheer boredom.