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Nude pencil drawing of the day

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This is a pencil drawing showing a nude woman posing comfortably. It was painted by Wilfried Senoner in 1971. Is there anything else you can see? Check out this cool accessories when clicking on the image and tell me what you think. Have a wonderful Tuesday!

Sketch of the day – be yourself!

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Ink on paper sketch of a woman sitting.

The self is not something one finds, it is something one creates. Thomas Szasz

Nude painting of the week!

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When you wake up in the morning and contemplate about your life and the future of the world….Have a gorgeous Monday everyone!

Nude painting of the day: sipping some wine!

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Oil painting on wood panel. It’s time for a glass of wine….

Venus rising from the Sea – Titian

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The Goddess of love in Greek mythology. Venus or Aphrodite was born fully grown from the sea and landed on Paphos on Cyprus. It became the centre of the worship. She has been wafted ashore on the scallop shell you see beside her. It may have been a high relief by Antonio Lombardo, carved for Titian’s master, that gave Titian the inspiration for this painting.

Marino Marini – Great artist and teacher!

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Born in 1901 in Pistoia, Italy, Marino Marini studied at the Belle Arti in Florence and then taught at the Belle Arti in Milan. He has been an incredible influence to many artists, including my dad and was more than just a guiding figure forĀ a young eager artist.

This painting is called “The three daughters of the coach mechanic” or in Italian “Le tre figlie del carrozziere” which definitely sounds a lot better. He is more known for his bronze sculptures though, rather than his paintings, but this is my favourite painting. So expressive and the combination of colours is amazing and so is his sharp humour.

If you happen to be in San Francisco, you can visit the MoMa which has a couple of his works, including a gorgeous horse in bronze.

The beauty of a woman!

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“The most beautiful achievement of mother nature is without any doubt the curves of a woman.”

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