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Oil painted poster: weeping bookheaded girl. By Danielle Eden Johnson.

Oil painted poster: weeping bookheaded girl. By Danielle Eden Johnson.

Weeping Child by Kamil Swiatek

Weeping Child

lucasta weeping. Watercolor, oil pastel, ink and graphite on watercolor paper , 12 x 18 inches.

lucasta weeping. Watercolor, oil pastel, ink and graphite on watercolor paper , 12 x 18 inches.

"Where Rubies Weep" oil painting by @bennett_slater #painting #HiFructose #art by hifructosemag

"Where Rubies Weep" oil painting by @bennett_slater #painting #HiFructose #art by hifructosemag

Weeping Woman - Oil Painting on Paper - Pablo Picasso : Lot 125

Weeping Woman - Oil Painting on Paper - Pablo Picasso : Lot 125

Hummingbird no. 205 Original Bird Oil Painting by Angela Moulton pre-order

Hummingbird no. 205 Original Bird Oil Painting by Angela Moulton pre-order

6 x 6 x inch x 15 cm) Oil paint on archival Fabriano Tela oil painting paper. Mounted on birch plywood panel. Sides of panel unpainted. Notch in back for hanging. Signed by artist.

Pab­lo Pi­cas­so - La Femme à l'Ar­tichaut (Wo­m­an with ar­ti­choke), 1941. Oil on Canvas.

Pab­lo Pi­cas­so - La Femme à l'Ar­tichaut (Wo­m­an with ar­ti­choke), 1941. Oil on Canvas.

The Trio V Poon Tai To was born in Mainland, China. At the tender age of five, he began the serious study of art under the tutelage of China's famed Chao Shoa-An. He was considered the master of Ling-Nam school and the most versatile Chinese painter the last century has produced. Tai To quietly and meticulously learned the difficult and disciplined traditional Chinese bamboo brushwork. His progress was rapid. He won the governor of Hong Kong's favor and had his first exhibit at the palace.

The Trio V Poon Tai To was born in Mainland, China. At the tender age of five, he began the serious study of art under the tutelage of China's famed Chao Shoa-An. He was considered the master of Ling-Nam school and the most versatile Chinese painter the last century has produced. Tai To quietly and meticulously learned the difficult and disciplined traditional Chinese bamboo brushwork. His progress was rapid. He won the governor of Hong Kong's favor and had his first exhibit at the palace.

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