Monday, November 22, 2010

Madame Royale Marie Therese

I have been reading a great book called "Marie Therese, Child of Terror" by Susan Nagel, a history of Marie Antoinette's daughter who survived the French Revolution. 
It has been very interesting and inspired me to do a quick painting of my impression of her. 
Even though I have upteen things to do I just had to take the time to see if I could put my vision to canvas. 
Now it's back to all the other things clambering for attention....sigh!
Have a great week everyone!


  1. So the book good? I didn't think children survived...hmm.
    I made two Marie dolls. I think you can search my web for them.

  2. Super beautiful work..gorgeous!! Shine on!

  3. Hi Tina, very lovely and lively too...The eyes are very beautiful.

  4.'s amazing how quickly you can pour out on canvas the image that you have within..truly a beautiful gift! I love coming here and seeing what your working on.

  5. Nice work. The hair and the eyes are really well done.;

  6. She is lovely, and yes, I think you've captured the era.

  7. I love her face:D Faces are very difficult, This is very beautiful Tina!

  8. I agree she is lovely.You are so talented.I can do a bit of sketching but thats about it.Im not to good with paint,lol.


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Tina xo