Medium: Oil on Canvas
Painted in (year): 2010
Category: original nude paintings
THOUGHTS ON PAINTING
In the Hip Painting, a woman lays half on her back and half on her side. Her figure is mostly nude with the exception of a brown jacket around her arms that blends in with the background, along with the lacy black thigh-high pantyhose that sit around her legs. She is looking off camera wearing a slightly apprehensive look. The painting is done in a way that is meant to be alluring and features realistic details, especially on her face. Surrounding her are three different white piles of what appear to be sheets or her discarded clothing.
GETTING TO KNOW ROBERT A.
Robert A. is an artist who hails from Ukraine. He has spend some time getting his own art degrees, including in the years of 2003 to 2008 when he studied at a Theatre, Music and Fine Art Academy and earned his degree in Art and Monumental Painting. This artist has an extensive list of interests that go into his work, including philosophy, psychology, art history and cinema. His pieces range from all different styles of art as if to reflect his many interests. The art ranges from abstract to city capes to landscapes to the human form, making Robert A. an artist that cannot be tied down by one theme entirely.