Tremendous portrait! She's like a spanish and limbolish Salomé. Love the hairdo and her expression.
This is one of my all time favourites!
Queen of Hearts - this belongs in Alice in Limbololand.
Dark look. Hypnotizing.And a glorious midday sky...?
It's looks like you open your soul to everybody!
Thanks everyone...Interesting remarks.The woman is an Arlesienne in traditional costume. Arles is - notoriously - where Van Gogh parted company with his ear.
You should have accompanied this with music by Bizet.
Actually, I would accompany all of this stuff with music if I knew how to do it.This one would either be ROLAND KIRK's "the Inflated Tear', or perhaps, 'There's Always Something There to Remind Me' by SANDIE SHAW.
This is ridiculously good. I ate a similar dish last when when my French associates took me out for dinner.
They'll eat anything...
Normalement, oui.Mais, il faut que l'oreille est frais et bien prepare.
This is too WICKED!! HA ! HA !!
This painting is really unbelievable. Really cool. What program do you work in?
I'm obliged to you Dave. I'm always pleased to see your neighbourly face in the comments box.It's done in Photoshop. It's (approximately) based on 19th.C portraits of the ladies of Arles in traditional costume. It also contains something borrowed from early Flemish paintings where the sitter holds something symbolic with a tiny hand.
what a fun monster. Love the tiny hand, shows how a smll element can create big things...
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