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April 27th, 2013 - 10:22 AM
"Three Men and a Lady Playing Cards" is the last painting I finished before the end of the year 2012. At the time, I was also working on another painting, which I continued and finished early in 2013. Just like what the title of this painting says, it portrays three men and a lady, who are busy playing cards.
I painted this based on photographs (not one but several photographs) of real people. The three men are actually one and the same person, myself, and the lady is my wife. Before I started painting this, I asked my wife to take several photographs of me, from different angles and in different positions while I was holding the cards. I also took several pictures of her. Once I got all the photos, I picked the most suitable ones, arranged them, and started sketching the images on a 30" X 48" stretched canvas.
The original painting is a 30" X 48" acrylic painting on canvas. Prints of this painting are available for purchase in my Zazzle and Fine Art America (FAA) stores. Please click on the appropriate links in my side bar to visit the websites. Or, simply click on the image below to open the FAA page.