Our Lady of Sorrows

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Acrylic and impasto on framed canvas.


In the detailed view I have shown the original image I was asked to use for reference. I wanted to pour so much more emotion in my painting as that is what I becoming known for and I think the result has really paid off this time.

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Anonymous Guest (IP: 18 Dec 2019

It would have been much better without all the make up on the virgin's face.

Anonymous Guest (IP: 25 Oct 2019

May I use this, giving you and Art World credit, in our Sunday bulletin with the names of the parish deceased for the Commemoration Mass for All Souls Day? Margie at Our Lady of Providence [email protected]

Anonymous Guest (IP: 17 Mar 2015

Extremely expressive and beautiful work Miss Wolter. I remember to see another painting very likely, the details as the jewels in her leeves, shoulder and neck are the same, and even that kind of signature at the lower right of the painting is present in the other, but I could never been able to know the name of that artists, ┬┐does this canvas is inspired by the one wich I refer, and do you know the name of the other artist?

Geoff Cooper 04 Nov 2011

Beautiful work, love the expression.

Anonymous Guest (IP: 04 Nov 2011

Beautiful work, love the expression.