Friday, 10 November 2017

A Source of Inspiration.



Hi.


An artist that was a great influence to me when I was first interested in

 painting portraits was Amedeo Modigliani.

This was one of my early attempts at a portrait in his style.




Over at Artsy.net they have a designated Modigliani page 

which features a biography and over 25 of his works.


To celebrate an up and coming exhibition of his work at Tate Modern 

which runs from 23rd November 2017 - 2nd April 2018 

I thought I would do another small portrait in his style.






I hope you will go check out the links and possibly gain some inspiration of your own.

Thanks for stopping by.

XXX



Linking to Paint Party Friday.

15 comments:

  1. So pretty! I so love Modigliani too! These are wonderful portraits and I love your subtle colours.

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  2. these are beautiful representations of Modigliani's style and wish I could see that exhibit in person. Happy PPF!

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  3. beautiful portrait of a woman expressive!!
    Good evening
    Greetings Elke

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  4. These are lovely, a nice combination of your style along with that of the master.
    Just yesterday I returned a book on Modigliani to the library. There is so much to learn from him.
    ~~ Irene

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  5. Lovely Modigliani style art. Your own style is close it, I think.
    Happy PPF 💕

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  6. Like I said...you are a master! ♥♥♥♥

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  7. Gorgeous women..powerful and unique, both works are so stunning!
    Wonderful to see your fantastic art, so beautifully done!
    Happy PPF
    Victoria #23

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  8. Wow I am so impressed with your Modigliani inspired work. The eyes have so much expression and dimension!! She truly is a wonderful work of art!! I do love his work too!! But I am wowed by your seemingly true to life girl..she almost pops off the page... Victoria is right both are stunning!

    Peace Giggles

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  9. I love your work and although I don't know that famous artist's work, I can see why you're inspired. Love the feeling your portraits evoke.I love how you're weaving a story into your art. You should write children's books, your art would spotlight your words so beautifully. Visiting From PPF. Oh, my new blog is now live on my new wordpress site (justaddwatersilly.com) and I'm doing a giveaway tomorrow (Sunday). The giveaway will include a DIY Altoids tin with magnetic half pans, pencil & eraser, Hahnemuhle Grey Book toned paper sketchbook, Micron sigma pens, a Grumbacher watercolor brush and a bee magnet! Hope to see you there!

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  10. he also is a big favourite of mine, I love his style, and your girl is amazing.

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  11. Love!
    Thanks for the links, Carol!

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  12. You captured the style fantastically. Thanks for the URL. Blessings, Janet

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  13. Wonderful painting Carol - so expressive and such a strong, charismatic face. Love the smaller one you did too, the ochre and rust colours together work so beautifully.
    Thanks so much for stopping by the other day, I have had a tricky year and just haven't managed to blog and get round to see friends - hopefully getting slowly back in the swing of things - I really appreciate your visit and comment.
    Diana x

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