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Not sure if he’s angry or sad. Perhaps he’s just a market trader. Acrylic paint on canvas textured acrylic paper 16X12 inches. Entered into The Fine Art of human Portraiture ‘blue’ challenge HERE


blue, man, portrait, emotion, anger, grief, language, bald, margaret sanderson

I’m a self-taught artist from the North of England and I like to inject a bit of humour wherever possible, whether it’s in my writing (see my poems), or my artwork.
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  • Michael Degenhardt
    Michael Degenh...almost 5 years ago

    Wild picture, I like it! Michael

  • Thankyou Michael!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • GodsDemon
    GodsDemonalmost 5 years ago

    Angry or sad, the emotion is there, excellent work, I see pain. Well done Margaret.

  • Thanks White Wolf!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • Vicki Ferrari
    Vicki Ferrarialmost 5 years ago

    He might be very very tired Margaret!!! Great work!!! :)))

  • I never thought of that Vicki! Thanks for your kind comment.

    – Margaret Sanderson

    GEORGE SANDERSONalmost 5 years ago

    Or maybee he’s a football fan ! lol :-)
    excellent image Margaret !!! (like the title too)

  • If he is a footie fan, then the language would definitely be blue! Thanks George!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • Ella Meky
    Ella Mekyalmost 5 years ago

    Great work!

  • Thanks so much Ella!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • Impressionism
    Impressionismalmost 5 years ago

    sensational work and your title is fantastic!

  • Thanks for your lovely comment!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • Impressionism
    Impressionismover 4 years ago

    21 November 2009
    Portrait of a Man

  • Errazi-Jalal
    Errazi-Jalalover 4 years ago


  • Thanks so much!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • Susan van Zyl
    Susan van Zylover 4 years ago


  • Thank you!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • madvlad
    madvladover 4 years ago

    premal scream

  • That was subconsciously in my mind!

    – Margaret Sanderson

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