Richly toned oils of drip down this seductive original painting, perfectly framing the model whose face is excluded. The sitter's identity is represented entirely by her fashionable clothing; a concept not unique to contemporary art!
Across art history, many affluent women had their portrait painted and the most successful of these would come to represent the woman's whole political, economical and social identity. The most effective way to do this was through the painting of their clothing which could outrage critics, influence trends and form political stances. Notable examples, such as 'Portrait of Madame X' by John Singer Seargent in 1883, have been immortalised through the striking representation of fashion.
Bringing this empowering tradition into contemporary art is Pascale Taurua, whose own depictions of dress and accessories captivate viewers across the globe. This unique original artwork is then the perfect way to add a contemporary yet classical touch to your wall. Discover more work by the artist here or learn more about the relationship between and art fashion on our blog.
Media: Oil, Paintings
Subjects: Figurative, Florals, Moods
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