My little son, Konstantinos, in the art class at school, he drew a little girl using a common graphite pencil.... Read More
My little son, Konstantinos, in the art class at school, he drew a little girl using a common graphite pencil. He did it on a piece of cheap paper. It was the art project of the school work, by his art teacher.
Constantine could not remember the painter who had painted it, nor the title of the original painting.
When I first looked at, it reminded me of something. Somehow this little girl was very familiar. Despite of all my online search, I could not find the information I was looking for. I really liked what my kid did. I started to color it, in a manner as if I was giving it life.
I started it very early in the morning and made it looking like a princess... for that and the title "Good Morning Princess".
"Luck" factor, once again did the "magic"… Just before I finished, while browsing the net, I found myself "accidentally" in front of the: "Portrait of a Young Girl" .c. 1915 - by the great Spanish surrealist painter Joan Miro.
André Robert Breton says for Miro… "...he is the most surreal artist of all...".