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omg!!! i feel like i have just died and gone to heaven!! this is brilliant capture of an artist by an artist…truely love the picture..its shows the real hard work that goes into being an artist and the inquisitiveness one must have to be a good one..all on this face!! …brilliant!! just brilliant!!
I earlier stated that Mr Cortina is the man I wish to look (and maybe be?) like when I am in my 40's and 50's. Well, this is how I wish to look when I am older still. How benevolent and wise he looks (and must be)!
Love this portrait. He looks enigmatic. Also as the title says he's an artist, I've constructed the rest of the story based on that and the picture itself. I always wonder, how do you know exactly when to push the button? Because these people are not posing in the sense that you would ask them to do it again so it must take a skill that I'm completely unfamiliar with :) In any case, it's fantastic and it is quite exciting to observe these strangers giving out so much visually speaking. J
This photo is my favourite in a long time. You must have something in you that makes old people feel comfortable inside their bodies, because I have not seen any better portraits of older people since the Dutch and the Italian Masters of the Renaissance.