private artwork

Auguste Toulmouche (1829-1890)
“Vanity” (1889)
Oil on canvas
Academicism
Currently in a private collection

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At long last, I am so happy to announce my art book Constellations! This book contains over 100 artworks from 2015 to 2017, including private artworks that have yet to be published. It’s really a celebration of my artist journey from when I decided this was what I wanted my future and life to be. Purchasing this would be the greatest support you could ever give me, and every purchase would be a real financial support for me to continue my endeavours as an artist. 

EDITIONS AVAILABLE:

  • Book Only:
    This option gives you only the art book.
  • Book + Signed:
    Artist personally hand-signs an autograph in the book. Optional: May include personal dedication.
  • Book + Signed + Sketch [LIMITED EDITION: 5 ONLY]:
    Get the book, a personally signed (optional: include a name to have a personal dedication) autograph from the artist and an original head-sketch of any character of your choice with it!

PURCHASE HERE!

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hey man, don’t say sorry it’s fine♥ whatever is making you upset I hope something will cheer you up soon, maybe try doing something you like to distract you or watch something that’ll make you laugh? Anything that gives you a positive feeling, try it♥ I hope you see this, and if you need to you can message me in private, alright?

Frederic Leighton (1830-1896)
“Light of the Harem” (1880)
Oil on canvas
Academicism
Currently in a private collection

In Islamic culture, a harem is a secluded living area for women that is forbidden to men. Also called zenana in South Asia, this private space has been traditionally understood as serving the purposes of maintaining the modesty, privilege, and protection of women.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - Lucien Guitry and Granne Granier (1895)

Frida 🔥
Private commission artwork.
Ink on paper.
To inquire custom art please message me here or email anna.tsvell@gmail.com

I NEED YOU GUYS TO KNOW if any of you have ever created something that was inspired by a post of mine, or if i somehow motivated you to make something even in the tiniest of ways, i need you to show it to me.

like, tag me. message me about it. or even submit it to me. and then prepare for a lot of screaming and crying as i gush over you in the most embarrassing way possible.

John William Godward (1861-1922)
“The Favorite” (1901)
Oil on canvas
Neoclassicism
Currently in a private collection