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Title: The Oath Taker
by: Michael Sprouse
Art Type: Original Paintings
Media: Acrylic Canvas
Subject: Contemporary Figurative Representational
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Wow, this painting can be interpreted so many different ways and says so much! It has a lot of feeling. Looking deep into this girls eyes you can see her eagerness, determination, and sincerity. I rea


Korre
0 > 2 years
Stunning
This is a beautiful haunting expression and painted with talent!

Nell49
0 > 2 years
The Oath Taker
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Malner
0 > 2 years
WOW
I really like this piece, Michael. I love how you can almost feel the heavy emotion reflected in her face and eyes.
 Lastest-- Thanks for your thoughts on this work very much.

jbrookechao
1 > 2 years
by sprouseart
The Oath Taker - Michael Sprouse
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ChrisBytebier
0 > 2 years
Wow
The eyes say it all.
 Lastest-- I just want to say that it's one of my favorites of yours. Not just the eyes but the mouth...and the mood of the piece---lots of emotions here.

designheadstudio
2 > 2 years
by designheadstudio
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Haunting. Another fine painting Michael.Once again there is so much soul to your work.


mmoon
0 > 2 years
The Oath Taker...
The eyes seem to be the window to the seat of the soul. This is a beautiful portraiture handled expertly. -OS
 Lastest-- Oksana: Thank you for your comments on my work. It's all about silent communication. Best, Michael Sprouse www.sprouseart.com

ArtbyOksana
1 > 2 years
by sprouseart
Those eyes just sing
Love how you played up the eyes while diminishing the nose, then tying it together with those lips. The offset with the introduction of blue is clever. Overall a strong piece in my eyes.
 Lastest-- Insura : Thanks much for the comments. best, M. Sprouse www.sprouseart.com

Insura
1 > 2 years
by sprouseart
The Oath Taker
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xtie
0 > 2 years
mmmm.
She is quite something...I've always thought that contact between the eyes of a portrait and the eyes of the viewer was essential. This piece has proved me wrong. Really luscious. Great Job.


wysteria
0 > 2 years
strong emotional expression, Michael
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utente
0 > 2 years
I love the expression
The expression is so subtle and yet very powerful. Kirby

kirbsand
0 > 2 years
I like the way your portraits bleed (almost rust) down the canvas Mich...
They appear to me rather like aging (and slightly rotting) alabaster figures in Italian remaissance churches and yet at the same time are distinctly modern in the manner in which they gaze out into th
 Lastest-- the titles are not deliberately Biblical, and in fact I may well be reading a Biblical narrative into them. I had seen that they were not in fact religious images as such, that's why I said biblical-s

David_Baker
2 > 2 years
by David_Baker
..Look at those Eyes...look at those Lips. . . look at that Look...
... Perfect!

LVH
0 > 2 years
oath taker
kind of evil look in the eyes,like if the reflection in the pupils could be blown up in scale,what would show ? corny thought but thats whats great it provokes thought.

dots
0 > 2 years
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Tigerlily
0 > 2 years
The Oath Taker - Michael Sprouse
I definitely prefer this style portraying modern females into your retro-world more then pictures from the 10s,20s and 30s of last century. It makes a big difference to me and I start to like it, a lo

Journo
0 > 2 years
Mr Sprouse....another beautiful piece!
the intensity of concentration in this work is stunning. the subtlety in style is excellent sir.

rshryhorczuk
0 > 2 years

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