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Another great shot Tuna, I have been looking at this for a while, I love the sharpness of the overall image, the texture of the background canvas and the way that the little man is holding the painting at an angle, it is all crystal clear! The only thing I am not sure about is whether or not the artist looks particularly proud in this photograph as the name would suggest.
Come on own up its a self protrait isn't it, just to embarrass old folk like myself even more :-)
PS. I think he looks proud or possibly even arrogant of his excellent artwork
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Two canvasses if you like.
The moment I saw this I thought I was looking at too much of the background canvas but then I noticed the opening in the white canvas and I said J****s. That little fella completed his work behind the white canvas and popped out to show those in waiting his finished work of art. He could be saying "well here it is and I've done this for you. I hope you like it"
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