Paintings by Lu Cong.
Crazy good. I love them.
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I’d like to also add that this guy, as well as being in top form, is also extremely kind and done to earth. His figure drawing sessions at Space when I was in school were the best in town. Prettiest and craziest (and interesting) models in town. Word up Lu Cong!
^ great to hear this sort of thing – i am always half nervous when i meet someone whose work i love, because if they are an ass then i will have a harder time liking their work
Def. can relate to that. Nothin’ but love for Lu Cong + his work. He puts in the hours. He stays humble. If only we were all (myself included) a little more like ’em.
these are really beautiful…so surreal.
Amazing paintings! The style softly reminds me of the Dutch artist; Charley Toorop. And her style later in her career of doing portrets.
looks like he had some classical training. something about their eyes, i guess.
I hate to speak for him, but I think he’s self-taught. Went to school for something completely different and just started doing this on the side;
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Wow… I’m blown away with how beautiful these are… So unique and inspiring!
Increible!! excelente tu trabajo, me gusta mucho! un saludo desde Argentina. Laura.
Very nice…. but all noses look so similar.
I love all of them! From Argentine, too.
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