Summer 2014, day 40. Linda Blair, wet. [Oui magazine, October 1982]
Oh dear. It appears that she has made an awful mess.
Girl Straightening Her Hair by the French Impressionist master Pierre Auguste Renoir. Like Renoir, his young model appears to have been considerably ahead of her time.
Summer 2014, day 5. I’ve posted this beautiful portrait twice before (on 9/8/11 and 5/18/12). I just conducted a Google Image search for it and found links to only —you guessed it— Dazzledent. I would love to find a higher-resolution version and even more would love to give the model and the photographer some well-earned credit. This is one of my absolute favorite images. Help? Anyone??
Norman Lindsay’s Woman with Satyr.
Love this. Pouring a glass of wine for a Dominant is such a lost art.
Just concerned for you. I’ve got this!
Pearls, your man’s dress shirt, and a fragrant glass of wine…mmmm.
June Palmer and the slip.
Once in a while something turns up in what was otherwise another run-of-the-mill pro shoot, a fleeting moment of telling expressiveness that elevates the picture into the realm of honest portraiture. This calm image is one of those rare photographs.
After Midnight. Giuseppe Dangelico, known as Pino (Italian, 1939-).
Pino’s early paintings featured soft, romantic characters, mostly women dressed in flowing skirts and dresses. These works caught the attention of prominent book publishers. During most of two decades, Pino’s career was marked by literally hundreds of book covers for prominent authors.
Pino uses warm and exciting colors and a subtle, but simple approach to his subject.
Love this painting ;)
I know she’s not exactly nude and I know it’s not exactly a portrait, but doesn’t this “snapshot” tell you as much about her as any nude portrait you’ve ever seen?
Tina Louise, making a compelling argument for women to have a slip or two in their lingerie drawers.
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