Anton Räderscheidt was a German painter who suffered a stroke in 1967. His stroke affected is right parietal lobe, an area that is important for spatial awareness in relation to one’s body. He was left with a condition known as spatial neglect, in which he wasn’t able to pay any attention to anything in his left visual field. Here is a series of self portraits he painted during recovery. It is interesting to watch as more details get filled in to the left portion of the canvas as he recovers.