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Ecce Homo Drawing - Ecce Homo by Miguel Rodriguez

Ecce Homo is a drawing by Miguel Rodriguez which was uploaded on September 5th, 2012.

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So inspirational Miguel. Your talent is so exciting. Can't wait to see what your next piece will be. f/v

An extremely fine dedication portrait. Your skills are superb,Miguel! v/f

Astounding portraiture and such a fantastic perspective , inspirational arts by the master .. Wow

To be able to recreate something as beautiful as this takes a real love for the subject as well as the art... what a master Miguel, beautiful , just beautiful...v/f

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you my dear Sharon. And you are ABSOLUTELY RIGHT (About the love for the subject, the master thing...... well.... I still got my doubts). Some of us love him so much..... l/k/h

Analitical talent dear Miguel...you are a smart great artist!! F/V.

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you Clotilde. You are completely right ANALITICAL is totally ARTISTIC. But if I was to create a purely analytical drawing, my result would be horrible.... trust me on this... I already tried. Love+Kisses my dear Friend.

Outstanding work..which seems to be your trademark, Miguel...excellent! f/v

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you Mr. Robbins. But on the contrary, YOUR WORK Sir... is simply INCREDIBLE!!!

Absolutely stunning work of art Miguel...every time I look in your gallery I am totally blown away! Bravo! f/v

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you my dear friend Jolanta. You already know how much I appreciate your comments.

Gorgeous work Miguel; You are a Master of portraits..!!!!

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

JEAN: You are a MASTER on LANDSCAPES! Your profile is filled with exquisite works of art. Will revisit your profile asap to comment some more.... Thank you for your comment, I still have a lot to learn.

A great drawing. Very well executed! Fv!

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you Jose Miguel. Muchas Gracias. I've visited your profile and found EXQUISITE WORK. Enhorabuena. Felicidades.

Beautiful expression!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you Anand. I appreciate your comment. I've visited your profile here on FAA and you opened up my curiosity on regards to your culture. Will have to document myself on this. FASCINATING.

Miguel, You are very talented to be able to create this almost exact duplicate. It is outstanding. Thank you for your comments about the picture of me and other photos and paintings on my site. F/V

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you very much Anne. I've got a new sketch of a beautiful drawing I'm working on. But I need to ask permission before I proceed. As you added me to your watch list, I'm pretty sure you will be the first to see this. Best Regards

Beautiful!!

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you very much Sandra. I've visited your profile. Your work is quite Interesting. Found Beautiful works of art. will comment on them asap.

F&V!

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you Mr. Pemaro. I truly appreciate your favoritism and vote. Thank you.

Magnificent!

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank You very much Dusan, I've visited your profile and your artwork is quite IMPRESSIVE!

Excellent!

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you Svetlana. I appreciate your comment.

Me impresiona mucho el rostro; remite a la suplica de Cristo para el padre en el sufrimiento profundo del dolor del sacrificio, excelente tecnica, pulso y nervio.

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

GRACIAS. Maestro. Aprecio mucho tus comentarios. Visite tu perfil y encontre nuevas obras de arte impresionantes. Saludos

GUIDO RENI (1575-1642) Was an Italian painter. He painted several images of Christ, one of the most famous is "Ecce Homo". Printed copies of this painting have been around for a long time. In the 19th century, Elias Garcia Martinez (Spanish Art Teacher-Painter) Was on vacation in Borja (Province of Spain). during that time, he painted a fresco in the local chapel based on a printed (not even the original) image of GUIDO RENI's masterpiece. The image began to ware off because he used oil paintings directly on to the wall (which is a no-no)... Anyway, you can find more information here: www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/19167

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