Painters are also humans, thats why painters are fascinated by beautiful women since the beginning of the mankind. Sandro Botticelli painted the one of the most famous and valued painting called ‘The Birth of Venus’. It portrays the goddess Venus rising from the sea(in a shell) as a full grown woman. In ancient times was a shell a metaphor for a vagina.
Edward Hopper said: “If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint.” So take a look at the most attractive paintings.
Capturing the awesome presence of these larger than life creatures gave Rob hefferan hours of pleasure and allowed him to practice and hone his developing skills. Although a truly modern artist who continually explores creative themes and boundaries, Rob draws much of his inspiration from the Pre-Raphaelite movement.
T. Chekirov is a painter from Kyrgzystan. He is specialized in oil painting technique, he controls the technique so well that his paintings just seem real. He also makes paintings with a surreal atmosphere, which seems more painted instead his photorealistic paintings.
Born in Khabarovsk, Russia, Vladimir began painting at the age of three and his talent would be noted repeatedly throughout his adolescence. His paintings are painted with warm colors and have a nice atmosphere with full of joy.
Steve Hanks is recognized as one of the best watercolor artists working today. The detail, color and realism of Steve Hanks’ paintings are unheard of in this difficult medium.
Carrie captures the beauty and sensuality of the women she paints in a very specific yet extraordinary way. Also, with her warm tones and delicate control of illumination she creates a perfect composition of light and contrast which brings the environment and the subject to life.
H.Cardozo is from Argentina, and is painting since 1987. He studied Architecture and Design and Philosophy. His oil paintings of beautiful women display a touch of surrealism and express mythical ideas and concepts as well as philosophical themes.