Paintings using Tempera or Egg Tempera paints.
Title was borrowed from quite famous Dali's painting. Dali and Freud met on 19 July 1938 at Freud’s home in London. Dali showed him Metamorphosis of Narcissus. He hoped his painting would win him Freud’s approval. Freud apparently commented that “in classic paintings I look for the unconscious, but in your paintings I look for the conscious,” which Dalí took to be a criticism. This painting is about that meeting. #art #originalart #saatchi
Mary Stevenson Cassatt was an American painter and printmaker. She began studying painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia despite her family objections for her becoming a professional artist. This portrait is loosely based on her photograph as a young woman and it is a part of series of portraits depicting women Impressionists painters. Painted on Saunders ( British paper )300 grams hot presses paper. Half standard sheet. 100% cotton and acid free. Show Less
Camille Claudel. Part of the series of portraits of French impressionist artist from that period. Sculptor who for many years was best known as the mistress and muse of Auguste Rodin. Claudel and Rodin probably first met in 1883. Shortly thereafter she became his student, collaborator, model, and mistress. In September 1914 she was transferred to the asylum of Montdevergues, where she remained until her death. Seems like a very fulfilled life.