Maternity

By Bourgeois, Louise - Maternity

By Bourgeois, Louise – Maternity

By Daumier - A beggar woman and two children

By Daumier – A beggar woman and two children

By Klimt - A man and a pregnant woman

By Klimt – A man and a pregnant woman

By Rembrandt - A seated mother and son

By Rembrandt – A seated mother and son

By Goya - A sorceress with children

By Goya – A sorceress with children

By Matisse - A maternity under a starry sky

By Matisse – A maternity under a starry sky

By Dalí - An optical vision of two women and a male face with a goatee

By Dalí – An optical vision of two women and a male face with a goatee

By Cassatt, Mary - A woman with her son

By Cassatt, Mary – A woman with her son

By Hokusai, Katsushika - Woman and baby

By Hokusai, Katsushika – Woman and baby

By Kollwitz, Käthe - A mother presses her child to her bosom

By Kollwitz, Käthe – A mother presses her child to her bosom

By Rowlandson, Thomas - A woman breastfeeds a child

By Rowlandson, Thomas – A woman breastfeeds a child

By Mariani, Pompeo - Unknown title

By Mariani, Pompeo – Unknown title

By McNeill Whistler - Embraced woman and child

By McNeill Whistler – Embraced woman and child

By myself - With the stroller under a palm tree

By myself – With the stroller under a palm tree

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  1. Wonderful topic ! Thank you !

  2. me encantó el de Matisse! ….magical ♡

  3. so soft so delicate…
    have a nice day..

  4. Another wonderful collection. Especially the last picture. x

  5. I do love how you choose a theme or concept, then show us so many ways in which different artists (including you!) explore that concept. Somehow, seeing so many points of view seems to make the concept more powerful. Art is amazing, I think especially because it lives in all of us, and we each have our own way of giving our art to the world. ❤️

    • Dearest Lindy, you know perfectly the essence about any aesthetic matter. Don’t mind if you don’t draw or paint. What you said is exactly the goal of this blog: to promote the difference to express. This way anyone, is the best to tell what is interesting for him or for her. Simply the pencil strokes or the pen movements are something similar than our own writing. The important is the feeling we enjoy when we are drawing or better during the moments we are observing or we are choosing our motif. Thanks so much for give me this talking. You’re a wonderful beholder. I never forget you.

  6. Susana Molina

    Muy especial el de Dalí!

    • Sí, verdaderamente como dices, él podía ser muy especial con sus juegos ópticos. Mi tesis sobre El Dibujo es que lo puede conformar unos rasgos, que a menudo en manos del dibujante, son a la vez caligráficos, y que transmiten espontaneidad por la velocidad de nuestra personal escritura. A eso le llamo ‘ambivalencia’. Como la tipografía de un simple emoticón, que puede definir expresiones físicas. Dalí jugaba con ambivalencias, que podían relacionar mobiliario con Mae West, o un desnudo de Gala con el retrato de Abraham Lincoln. Muchísimas gracias por dejar tu opinión. Na nit!

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