Stanislav Plutenko Depicts Females Who Have a Lot of Power Over Men

By: Jason Soy - Published: May 30, 2012 • References: & cuded
Some may interpret these Stanislav Plutenko paintings as objectifying women, but if you examine these images more thoroughly, you’d see that they’re actually rather empowering to females. Yes, Plutenko often depicts gorgeous ladies who incite longing looks from men, but they all appear poised and in control while the males species are conveyed as slobbering idiots. Couple that with the fact that every female is shown to be independent and living affluent lifestyles and you have a series that’s as bold and progressive as it is visually alluring.

Also notable about Stanislav Plutenko’s work is his magnificent technical skills. Many of his images lean towards the realistic side, with certain compositions being outright photoreal. There’s also a classic quality to these paintings despite them depicting contemporary scenes. Stats for Attention-Grabbing Women Art Trending: Older & Buzzing
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