Vincent in his chamber untying the leather laces of his shirt


shirtless in the tunnels

Vincent, shirtless, leaning against an open gate, his magnificent arms above his head.
Vincent in a tank top, removing his long sleeved shirt, gazing confidently into the camera
Vincent, shirtless, his hips draped in a towel after a bath
Vincent shirtless holding a heavy hammer, behind him rubble in a tunnel. Text reads: All in a day's work
Vincent, shirtless, looking confidently into the camera
Vincent, shirtless, on his knees in a slightly flooded tunnel, clearing it of broken branches
Vincent asleep under the covers
Vincent, shirtless, arms folded across his chest.
Vincent, shirtless, leaning against an open gate, his magnificent arms above his head.
Shirtless Vincent in sweat pants hoisting a heavy burlap bag of something on his shoulder. He's looking into the camera like "it's nothing".
Vincent, shirtless, with a tool belt draped over his shoulder.
Vincent, shirtless, hoisting a heavy beam
B/W drawing technique - V (shirtless) washing his face. In the background, inside a deeper bathing chamber, C awaits
Vincent, shirtless, leaning back against the wall in the sunshine
Shirtless Vincent either donning or taking off his new leather jacket
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
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, shirtless, Catherine behind him, her hand in his hair and her chin on his shoulder.


  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?

  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. 🙂

  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.

  4. Thanks, makes sense 🙂

  5. Well, you’ve certainly outdone yourself here! And I’m so glad!!
    This gives a whole new meaning to “work of art”!


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