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This picture by Françoise Nielly is captured an amazing arrange of colours, shades and shapes. The colours are especially good because they really express the mood and emotions,

Explosive Colorful Portraits Paintings

Françoise Nielly's painting is expressive, exhibiting a brute force, a fascinating vital energy. Oil and knife combine tsculpt her images from a material that is , at the same time, biting and incisive, charnel and sensual. Whether she paints the human body or portraits, the artist takes a risk : her painting is sexual, her colors free, exuberant, surprising, even explosive, the cut of her knife incisive, her color pallet dazzling.

This picture is been painted in a very different way to normal paintings, the artist, Márton Janscó, uses circles to create a face. The smaller and closer the circles are makes the area darker. This is an great example of using just shapes to draw a picture.

Drawing Set

Portrait set of the past few years, each handmade with a defferent style

The weeping woman is one of Picasso's most famous pieces of art. He uses shape and colour to create sad emotions. The painting is very abstract because of the weird and wonderful shapes he uses. Colour really shows the deep  emotions of the woman. By using the cold blues and clam greens and yellows, he makes the painting sad.

‘Weeping Woman’, Pablo Picasso, 1937 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Weeping Woman’, Pablo Picasso, 1937 Weeping Woman is based on an image of a woman holding her dead child. It is taken from Picasso’s anti-war mural, Guernica. Picasso painted both works during the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). It was in response to the bombing of the Basque town of Guernica. The attack was carried out in April 1937 by Nazi Germany’s air force, in support of Spain's Nationalist forces. Hundreds of people were killed. The figure of the Weeping Woman is based…

This is one of the most craziest self-portraits ever by Francis Bacon. The weird shapes he puts together to make a face is a mental composition. This craziness may reflect on himself or he may just have made one of the weirdest paintings.

Francis Bacon, self-portrait

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Salvador Dali has painted an optical illusion of a face(face of Mae), which looks like a doorway. This has been done by using shapes and colours. The most important part of this picture is the shapes used because if the shapes were different the illusion would not work.

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Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones' drawing of a sleeping woman's head uses tone to create a shadow effect on the head. The pencil markings make the colours in the picture contrast by shading the hair.

‘Study of a Sleeping Woman’s Head, possibly for ‘The Rose Bower’ in the ‘Briar Rose’ Series’, Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Bt, c.1871–3 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Study of a Sleeping Woman’s Head, possibly for ‘The Rose Bower’ in the ‘Briar Rose’ Series’, Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Bt, c.1871–3 The story of the Sleeping Beauty had an enduring fascination for Burne-Jones, who read it in Charles Perrault's 'Contes du Temps Passé'. During the early 1870s he worked on a set of three paintings for his important patron William Graham, which he planned to re-work on a larger scale. After the completion of this first set, he designed a…

This picture by Chuck Clore is a self-portrait he did using a pixelated effect on his face. This is a different way of using pattern and texture on a painting.

This picture by Chuck Clore is a self-portrait he did using a pixelated effect on his face. This is a different way of using pattern and texture on a painting.

Matthew Monahan's painting has good use of line      to create this picture of a head. He has used spirals, normal lines and also variety of shapes.

Matthew Monahan - Untitled (Red Face) - Contemporary Art

Matthew Monahan - Untitled Red Face - The artists Red Face is alluring and ominous. Delineating his form through heavy-handed contours, colour bleeds and spills like surgically exposed sinew or ritual dissection. View online at The Saatchi Gallery - London contemporary art gallery.

This is a self-portrait by Andy Warhol. He has used a great use of light and dark colours to make a contrast of the face to the background. The black makes the purple look more like a lightning effect on the page.

This is a self-portrait by Andy Warhol. He has used a great use of light and dark colours to make a contrast of the face to the background. The black makes the purple look more like a lightning effect on the page.