Artist: Cristina Troufa #painting #color #negativespace Person on a stool, whose skin in colored in, but not her shirt of hair... I think this is interesting because it is a creative use of negative space to draw the viewer's attention to the skin.
Aditya Ikranegara. This is not actually by Gustav Klimt. Whilst I can see an obvious Klimt influence, it is just not how he tended to paint women... the skin is not typical of Klimt, wrong colour, inferior brushstrokes etc….. http://www.cruzine.com/2013/03/05/creative-illustrations-aditya-ikranegara/
The first issue of "Captain Future: Wizard of Science" a Thrilling Publication put out by Edmond Hamilton and Mort Weisinger who started the series in 1939. Earle K. Bergey illustrated a lot of the covers. This one is uncredited, but I love the squat forms, the colours and the artist's distinctive style and the gloomy expressions the characters wear.