Divine portraits by talented Michael Shapcott
“A picture is a poem without words”. Are you ready to discover what is hidden in these incredible mystic portraits?
American artist Michael Shapcott is known for his emotionally charged portraits in bold colors. His works are highly detailed and created by pencils, which are then diluted by acrylic and oil paints.
#3 "The Girl And the Owl"
#4 "Halcyon Days"
#8 "The Wild Unknown"
#10 "The Girl and the Wolf"
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