Perhaps our most famous female artist of all. Are you beginning to see a pattern here?
I’m so bad with dates but do you know if she and Frida Kahlo ever met? They could have both enjoyed posing with a mustache lol Actually I was posing with a mustache for photos before I ever knew of them; maybe it’s influenced by the paint brush ha!
Isn’t she who painted a big, big sex, as a flower?
I’ve just seen the famous Courbet The Mother of Things painting (a close up of the same…)
The best part of this is how much better she looks with a mustache –
I’m a fan of her sunflower(s), but I’m partial to the subject matter because it makes me think of home. :)
People with a mustache paint better?
Lisa.. You’re too funny!
I think you need to leave W.R. totally out of this conversation… although…he may have hit on something here.
A favorite non-fiction author of mine calls the effect on men “testosterone poisoning.”
I can’t really find fault with that.
Bill, I am your partner in crime here. Are you reading my posts??? David, don’t encourage him. Edgar, what effect are you talking about?
Erikie, I have no idea about our fair ladies meeting.
Grfxho, it’s a damn good thing she has fans. We need her ass here…and then some.
Perfect!! The use of testosterone has helped my art career considerably….and my mustache!
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This one also goes in the Orlando Bloom lookalike file.
Okay, so the line from that old Sly and the Family Stone song comes to mind; “Shady as a Lady in a Mustache”.
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