Vincent in his chamber untying the leather laces of his shirt

Vincent ... UNBUTTONED

shirtless in the tunnels

Vincent in his chamber untying the leather laces of his shirt

Vincent … UNBUTTONED

shirtless in the tunnels

Vincent shirtless with a towel around his neck
Vincent shirtless, wearing jeans. Text reads: It is easy to work when the soul is at play (Emily Dickinson)
Vincent shirtless, carrying a hammer, standing on a rock in a deep cavern
Vincent, shirtless, hoisting a heavy beam
Vincent, shirtless, looking confidently into the camera
Vincent, shirtless, on his knees in a slightly flooded tunnel, clearing it of broken branches
Vincent shirtless holding a heavy hammer, behind him rubble in a tunnel. Text reads: All in a day's work
B/W drawing technique - V (shirtless) washing his face. In the background, inside a deeper bathing chamber, C awaits
V (shirtless) in a warrior's kilt and holding a white rose stands at the bottom of a ladder. Text reads: Where love waits.
Vincent asleep under the covers
Vincent, shirtless, leaning back against the wall in the sunshine
Vincent, shirtless, with a tool belt draped over his shoulder.
Vincent, shirtless, Catherine behind him, her hand in his hair and her chin on his shoulder.
Vincent, shirtless, his hips draped in a towel after a bath

4 Comments

  1. Oh! There are more! (But where is Cuculhainn? I’m lost.)
    I like one in the blue sheets, and the last two, best.
    The last one, the copper-golden one, looks very Dürer or Italian Renaissance to me. Is there any foundation to that feeling?

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  2. The last three were posted for last year’s Winterfest (2018) when I began the Shirtless/Unbuttoned project here on the new website. Some of the others appeared in different, earlier WFOL projects, and the blue sheets one was from the old Imagine site on Blogger.

    I have to admit to not enough art appreciation knowledge to say I was aiming for Italian Renaissance on purpose. More, I’ve absorbed emotional images as I’ve gone along in life and then lucked up on a similarity when I was fooling around in photoshop. 🙂

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  3. And you’re a little lost because I gave you the link to the non-WFOL 2019 Unbuttoned images, so you clicked away from Cuculhainn. 😉 And I didn’t give you a way back because the WFOL postings aren’t part of the normal pages yet.

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  4. Thanks, makes sense 🙂

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