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    • Shelby Branch

      Vanishing (Carole Brémaud) - I'm getting a Francis Bacon vibe from these creepy portraits. That's a good thing.

    • veronica

      Vanishing (Carole Brémaud) (SLENDER MAN?!)

    • Haley Rogers

      Yes, I really like portraits, but portraits without faces… LOVE! The crisp, clean jackets, married perfectly with the distorted pulled paint… sigh… so beautiful! These very well dressed, mysterious men are the work of French artist Carole Brémaud - and even though I don’t know what any of these fellas actually look like, I am in fact, completely smitten.

    • Chelsea May

      Vanishing (Carole Brémaud); They faces are distorted and blank, giving the figures within the portraits/paintings a sense of anonymity and emotionless. This is a technique I will surely use within my work by using self portraits or portraits of loved ones yet using more intense colour and shapes to create an expressionist piece. really like the atmosphere these images give off

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