When I looked at the thumbnails on "Monday Murals" it was yours that caught my eye. The woman in the mural looks so real.
I agree with Andy - what a fascinating mural! Now I am going to visit the Hosier Lane link and check it out!
Thx Linda. Hope you like them.
Wonderful! This is great Joe.
This is quite original. Do you think the artist had to paint through the bars to create his image or do they open? I like the reference to Renaissance art and the link it creates across the centuries to the current piece. The cartoonish paste-ups confuse me and I wonder if they were originally parts of an earlier work. Of course, then I wonder if the whole composition is a paste-up. It's hard to tell. Regardless, it's interesting and reveals a unique vision. Hosier Lane must be fun to visit. Thanks so much, Joe, for sharing this with us and participating in this week's meme.
Thanks. I believe it prepared off site and then pasted behind the grille.
She is so realistic - looks like a photo. I really like it!
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Great shot, Joe. So nice to see the renaissance images still inspiring today's artists.
I love this, and really like all of the photos you posted of the streetart on Hosier Lane.
Thank you Dyanna.
Love this street art .Joe ..... shades of Ann Boylen
Striking! Amazing style and I will bet there is a fascinating and political story behind this mural as well.
Another super Hosier Lane mural. Keep 'em coming. This has the feel of a Dutch Renaissance portrait.