Impressionism seems to be making a major comeback and artists like Mstislav Pavlov are garnering global attention for their mastery over the 19th century art style. With rough, choppy brush strokes that are meant to convey an artist’s process more so than focusing on the refinement of a piece, Pavlov is able to mimic the essential qualities associated with impressionist art whilst rendering stunning depictions of women in various emotional states.
Even with the coarseness of Mstislav Pavlov’s painting method, viewers can still discern what each image is depicting. Mirrors, hairstyles and dresses are literally formed using only gobs of paint, but the placement of these splotches clearly mimic the lighting and texture one would normally see in a clear picture, allowing viewers to form a clear mental image without having a clear tangible illustration.
Impressionist Female Illustrations
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