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I saw Manuel Nunez's work at a gallery in Cambria years ago, the gold leaf is a gorgeous addition to his work - photos don't do it justice.

Born in 1956 Artist Manuel Nunez: "My images are of strong women," Nunez says. "Beautiful, but not exploited. Women who are sensual and virtuous; wrestling with the underlying conflict of what life is versus what it should be.

via Quite Continental

An entry from Quite Continental

Great menswear-inspired outfit: blazer, button down, tie. I like that it's fitted, slim, feminine

#illustration

This would be an awesome tattoo, could change the girls face, colors, different animal. I like the owl a lot though.

Dramatically Mysterious Smoky Portraits by Federico Bebber

Dramatically Mysterious Smoky Portraits

lost---------------------------------------------Dramatically Mysterious Smoky Portraits by Federico Bebber

Check out the incredible work of Julie Sarloutte -- her stitched portraits are such beautiful examples of drawing with textiles.

Check out the incredible work of Julie Sarloutte -- her stitched portraits are such beautiful examples of drawing with textiles. Looks like Irene Adler from BBC sherlock

New Cut and Contoured Map Portrait by Ed Fairburn

New Cut and Contoured Map Portrait by Ed Fairburn

Artist Ed Fairburn continues to push his creative limits with these new map portraits. In the piece shown above, a Bristol street map has been carefully cut and drawn on, revealing the side of a.

Self Portrait explodes into something I love - focus on balance - image inspiration: Marco Mazzoni

marcomazzoni: “ “Euphoria” colored pencils on paper, cm I always look forward to seeing new work from this artist. Always phenomenal.

gustaf klimpt art | to say that women were klimt s preferred artistic subjects would be a

Emilie Flöge – Art and Fashion with Gustav Klimt

Another Pinner Writes:'Portrait of Emilie Flöge' - 1902 - by Gustav Klimt (Austrian, - Oil on canvas - - Historical Museum of the City of Vienna, Vienna, Austria - Style: Art Nouveau (Modern) - Watsonette.

blush by loish - I always love all of Loish's pieces and this one is no exception. Talented female artist from the netherlands.

> art from Loish aka Lois van Baarle < Currently, I love looking at painting with special light (I don't know if this is understandable haha)

One of my all time favorite pieces, Woman with Red Hair by Albert Herter. I think she's radiant.

Albert Herter (1871 – 1950)

Woman with Red Hair Albert Herter (American, Oil on canvas. “There is only one word for Herter’s line work, and that is, superb.

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