Portrait of William of Orange as a prince and his future bride Mary Stuart (detail) 17th century,Anthony van Dyck.

Portrait of William of Orange as a prince and his future bride Mary Stuart (detail) 17th century,Anthony van Dyck.

Portrait of Mrs. Whitney Warren, Sr., wife of the famous Gilded Age architect. c. 1908

Portrait of Mrs. Whitney Warren, Sr., wife of the famous Gilded Age architect. c. 1908

The Embrace II by Fabian Perez © 2014. Fabian brings romance to pieces which are sensuous and atmospheric, the panache of his male portraits complementing the sombre seduction of the women in his paintings. There are influences of Lautrec, Picasso, Sargent and Cézanne in his work, but ultimately the Argentinian artist has a style all his own.

The Embrace II by Fabian Perez © 2014. Fabian brings romance to pieces which are sensuous and atmospheric, the panache of his male portraits complementing the sombre seduction of the women in his paintings. There are influences of Lautrec, Picasso, Sargent and Cézanne in his work, but ultimately the Argentinian artist has a style all his own.

Rembrandt van Rijn - Lucretia, 1664. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

How Rembrandt dressed his women for death

Rembrandt van Rijn - Lucretia, 1664. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

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