To Paint A Man

In the words of Cromwell, ‘paint me as I am, wart and all.’

Just as well, I shall.

But please – no expressions of regret, hurt, or waste withal!

Oh, no… anything brought to life is never dull!


6 Comments on “To Paint A Man”

  1. My photos are of high and low, beautiful and ugly. So is my countenance. So would be my paintings.

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  2. vivachange77 says:

    It’s the warts that add character.

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  3. True indeed. A special Happy New Year to you ❤️

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  4. cat9984 says:

    Well, at least vanity wasn’t one of his shortcomings.

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  5. I can see how it might appear so… maybe he lacked the strength to show or perhaps he felt there were far more strengths worthy of show, who knows.

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