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Title: Third Visit
by: Michael Sprouse
Art Type: Original Paintings
Media: Acrylic Canvas
Subject: Figurative Portrait Representational
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> 2 yearscomment from sprouseart
> 2 yearscomment from ArtbyOksana
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Third Visit...
This is very intriguing work. As always, the eyes are all captivating. Very fine work Michael. Best regards, O.S.
 Lastest-- Oksana: I really appreciate your comments on this work.

ArtbyOksana
1 > 2 years
by sprouseart
beautiful
the colors, the patina look, the composition, splendid.
 Lastest-- Seasonalitch: For your comments. I must admit that I strive to communicate as much as possible in a work through the eyes of my subjects.

seasonalitch
3 > 2 years
by sprouseart
Very interesting
The title of this painting, the faded complexion, and child-like stare evokes the feeling of an innocence lost. (IMO)
 Lastest-- Thank you for your vision. If you only knew how eerily accurate your interpretation is, you would be taken aback, as am I. Best, Michael Sprouse www.sprouseart.com

Insura
1 > 2 years
by sprouseart
Third Visit - Michael Sprouse
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Journo
0 > 2 years
wonderful work as usaul Michael.
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rshryhorczuk
0 > 2 years
well done
look like some very sad instance secret, her lips closed, she don't have any choice, like a lamb before they cat her trout. I like the rhythm that the text bring to the painting, the blood on the wor

dit
0 > 2 years
Third Visit
The shape of the lips is great...the way they bleed out into the skin tones. The blue/gray in the shadows works very well as a buffer before the text starts. Jess

bluelavaart
0 > 2 years

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