Judge for Yourself

Christine, Against the Mirror
Oil on Linen Panel, 20×16″
This is the same woman who posed for this painting. She is in front of an eight foot wide by four foot high mirror in the Saturday studio. (Actually it’s Eleanor Speiss-Ferris’ studio. Please look at her work.) She is a tall, willowy woman with a square jaw and an exotic look. She could be a fashion model but the fashion dictators would probably make her lose weight. She is very slender but not skeletal so the dictators would consider her to be fat.
I think it’s obvious from this portrait the she is quite beautiful.  I think I caught a more accurate likeness of her than in the previous work. So, dear viewer, you can judge the fact of what I consider to be her obvious beauty for yourself.

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August 7, 2011