madame-julia

Madame-Julia

Ode to Madame CJ Walker my hero..forever! The first female self-made millionaire in america..and she was african-american!  I think she had fabulous style! If your interested in her here is her wiki

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The Moroccan Girl-large

William Merritt Chase (1849-1916)The Moroccan GirlOil on canvas

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The Connoisseurs Journal Entry

Gyula Tornai Hungarian painter born 1861- died 1928 Submitted to feature in my group come join us and see more like this! All are welcome!

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Black Bashi-Bazouk circa 1869

This is an artwork for my Weekly Journal Entry for my artgroup ArtistL Jean-Léon Gérôme(b.May 1824 in Paris – died 10 January 1904) was a French painter and sculptor in the style now known as Academicism. The range of his oeuvre included historical painting, Greek mythology,Orientalism, portraits and other subjects, bringing the Academic painting tradition to […]

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RUDOLF ERNST (AUSTRIAN, 1854-1932)

For my Deviant Art Journal

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Egyptian Pin-Up

Clearing out my projects folder I decided it was time to finish this little honey…Besides its been a long time since I have posted anything.  This took a long time to create..I tried out many new techniques in PSD & Painter..Since I started her 6 months ago I can’t remember if this is what I […]

enchanted-elegance

Enchanted Elegance

I felt really inspired by a picture done by Ron Di Scenza called Midnight Reverie.  www.myartprints.co.uk/a/di-sce… She just looks so damned Elegant I thought..so this is kind of my version…I wanted her gown to look nice and soft…but her back to really be the focus. Anyway thanks you very much for stopping to look!

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Bellifortis – Queen of Sheba, 122r

The Queen of Sheba. Although paint damage has obscured her face a little, she is actually quite lovely– see the “all sizes” for a better view. Most scans are so poor that they only show her eyes, and that’s not true to the manuscript at all. circa 1400, YES 1400!