6 artists celebrating female beauty
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At all times, artists have been admired, inspired and led to creative feats by beautiful women. It is thanks to them that the great masters of each era created their masterpieces. And today, as before, one of the main themes in painting is female beauty and sensuality.
We have collected works by contemporary authors, each of whom declares his love to his muses on canvas.
Sleepy nymphs of Sergey Marshennikov
Sergey Marshennikov lives in St. Petersburg and creates in the best traditions of the classical Russian school of realistic portraiture.
The heroines of his canvases are tender and defenseless women in their semi-nakedness. Many of the most famous paintings depict the muse and the artist's wife Natalia.
The lyrical mood of Vicente Romero
Vicente Romero Redondo was born in Madrid in 1956. Since childhood, I dreamed of doing painting. At some point, he devoted his activity to sculpture, but one day he realized that he could express himself only in painting.
In his romantic portraits, Vicente Romero manages to perfectly combine realism and the free use of color.
Passionate silhouettes of Andre Cohn
Passion, romance, dance, mystery, mystery, a surge of feelings, luxurious women — all this is Andre Kohn (Andre Kohn). He was born in Volgograd in 1972. In 1984, he and his family moved to Moscow, later entered Moscow University and in 1992 emigrated to the United States.
His works quickly became noticeable, many paintings are in private, corporate and museum collections around the world.
The Emotional Realism of Steve Hanks
The faces of the people in most of the artist's paintings are darkened or turned to the side. This is done in order to express emotions and for the body to "speak".
"I have always tried to show the world only the positive moments of life. I hope that my works bring joy, peace and comfort to the viewer's life, " says Hanks.
Dreams of the sea by Mikhail and Inessa Garmash
Married couples are quite rare among artists. However, Mikhail and Inessa Garmash are the case when a family union has turned into a productive creative tandem.
In the paintings, artists often depict their daughter. The couple works not only with canvas, but also creates works in the technique of stained glass and mosaic.
Southern Noon Pinot Yes!
Pino Daeni was born on November 8, 1939 in Bari, Italy. Pino studied at the Art Institute of Bari, and in 1960 he entered the Brera Academy in Milan. He honed his skills by drawing nude models and countless sketches with human figures.
The pre-Raphaelites had a great influence on the formation of his artistic style. Pinot's works are a hymn of pure femininity, sensual, tender and infinitely beautiful.