Feelings

By Ciurlionis, Mikalojus - A figure feeling the light of Friendship

By Ciurlionis, Mikalojus – A figure feeling the light of Friendship

By Daumier - Astonishment of a woman

By Daumier – Astonishment of a woman

By Sandys, Emma - Besotted by a fragrance

By Sandys, Emma – Besotted by a fragrance

By Falcone, Aniello - Courage

By Falcone, Aniello – Courage

By Greuze - Melancholy

By Greuze – Melancholy

By Boccioni - Feeling fun

By Boccioni – Feeling fun

By Jordaens, Jacob - Relief

By Jordaens, Jacob – Relief

By Le Brun, Charles - Weeping

By Le Brun, Charles – Weeping

By Kiyochika, Kobayashi - Woman crying

By Kiyochika, Kobayashi – Woman crying

By Baglione, Giovanni - Anguish

By Baglione, Giovanni – Anguish

By Lichtenstein - The tear

By Lichtenstein – The tear

By Redon - Reflection

By Redon – Reflection

By Rubens - Forgiveness

By Rubens – Forgiveness

By Bruegel the Elder - Depiction of The Prudence

By Bruegel the Elder – Depiction of The Prudence

By Steinlen - Censured

By Steinlen – Censured

By Dürer - Ease

By Dürer – Ease

By Munch - Agony

By Munch – Agony

By Van Grevenbroeck, Jan - Guiltiness

By Van Grevenbroeck, Jan – Guiltiness

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  1. This is a really great selection! I particularly like the Rubens and and Lichtenstein, but for pure visceral pain it has to be the Van Grevenbroeck …

    • So much pain caused by oneself, first pulls me a smile but otherwise my opinion is to respect people’s beliefs, although some could be eccentric.
      I like Rubens and Lichtenstein too, but I prefer the first because I prefer to draw with sensations conveyed into the lines, instead other more mechanic systems.
      ‘Fast your belt, Francesca’ Because my review Is That Both works have likeness like shapes composition, as a sand clock design or the interchanging between the blacks and the whites.
      A million thanks for your comment and greetings!

  2. staviolatte

    beautiful, beautiful and beautiful!

  3. Thank you very much for the fantastic post. 🙂 All of the portraits are wonderful. Especially “The tear” by Lichtenstein is very interesting.
    XOXO Julia

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