Goddesses are always a favorite art motif; to test the
obvious, just search online for “goddess”. I’ve done 6 or 8
or so in the last couple of years, many of them being built
up from my own prior sketches / paintings, put into a
classic “goddess” motif. Here are 2 of my
“earlier” art pieces…
Here is my earlier original acrylic/oil sketch of the model,
and the classic version by Bouguereau.
Tasha, Standing – sketch, oil on paper.
Below, The Birth of Venus by William-Adolphe Bouguereau.
Bouguereau employed traditional methods of working up a
painting, including detailed pencil studies and oil
sketches, and his careful method resulted in a pleasing and
accurate rendering of the human form. His painting of skin,
hands, and feet was particularly admired.
He also used some of the religious and erotic symbolism of
the Old Masters, such as the “broken pitcher” which connoted
The Birth of Venus by
William-Adolphe Bouguereau, c. 1879
. Fine art paintings,
original and classical fine styled fine art
paintings, GrlFineArt by G. Linsenmayer
. Examples of classical fine art nude
paintings, goddess, nudes, and examples of my own
original fine art paintings.
. These paintings, and others, are for sale,
originals and print-on-demand; look
here for links.
Lady Of The Lake
… an original digital fine art piece.
This is an original traditional-modern contemporary digital
image, Lady of the Lake, accomplished in a
traditional-modern style. The mythology of the Lady of the
Lake was popularized during about the 12th century in the
written-down tales of King Author, and has been a popular
art motif ever since.
are some links to my own work…