A Fauvish and expressionistic piece about the close relationship between the women. The visual weight of the red hair flows into the complements of yellow and blue, grounding the composition. Free flowing strokes and strong colors.
Artemesia Gentileschi, one of few women painters in the 1600’s, and among the finest of either sex. Born in Florence in the Baroque era, Artemesia (1593 – c. 1656) was one of the finest painters of her day, and the only one… Continue Reading →
Some of the people from the far north are ghost like as they roam the streets of St Petersburg. This young woman is from Siberia.
Woman Reclines Woman Reclines == the woman is my Panamanian friend Vicky
Women, with Towel shows another in the mirror. Meanwhile, another appears in outline, derived from the Portrait of a Young Woman,
Panamanian Woman as Goth This is another version of my Panamanian friend. She was one of our Spanish teachers – they called them facilitators as they did not do formal teaching as much as immersion. Always friendly and in a… Continue Reading →
This is another version of my Panamanian friend. The background is inspired by František Kupka’s Mme Kupka (1910). He was a Czech artist and she his wife. I saw the painting at the Nieu Gallery in NYC, at a… Continue Reading →
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