I like this photograph due to how natural the model is in the image and how the photographer has made a strong connection here in order to make the woman laugh. I also love the woman's eyes and how they tell her story as a person.

I love this style of photography and I love the use of this age of model as even through the wrinkles you are still able to see the beauty through her smiling eyes.

Nikos Gyftakis. This is probably my face when Im irritated tbh. SUPER COOL!

WHO: Nikos Gyftakis WHAT: Self- portrait WHAT: oil paintings break down the shape of the face into contours, just like a map breaks down the lay of the land into simple lines.

The important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking  part.  The essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting  well.    -- Baron de Coubertin, The Olympic Creed

I like this portrait because, first of all, it uses the Rule of Thirds by places the eye near the intersection. Also, it focuses specifically on certain features of the face: eyes and freckles. The hood and hair in eyes brings mystery also.

18-Year-Old Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions - My Modern Metropolis

18-Year-Old Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions

Self Portrait of the Artist - Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions - My Modern Metropolis Sebastian Eriksson

Powerful Paintings by Andrew Salgado    Andrew Salgado is a Canadian artist based in London. His powerful, colourful portraits are focused on themes such as identity, sexuality and convalescence.

COLOR EMOTIONS IN PAINTING---------------Powerful Paintings by Andrew Salgado - Andrew Salgado is a Canadian artist based in London. His powerful, colourful portraits are focused on themes such as identity, sexuality and convalescence.

self portrait by Oli-Pop-expressive portraits in oil pastel....some other good portrait ideas here too

self portrait by Oli-Pop-expressive portraits in oil pastel.some other good portrait ideas here too (fauvism)

"Whirlwind" by Paul Wright, oil on board ("developing a painterly language... the subjects are glimpsed rather than exposed, their inner selves hinted at but ultimately inscrutable")

Expressionism: "Whirlwind" - Paul Wright, oil on board {contemporary figurative expressionist art man head elderly face portrait painting}


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