Henry Asencio, 1972 | Essence of Woman..
Henry Asencio is an award-winning contemporary American painter who works largely in the medium of oil on canvas. Asencio is widely known for his paintings of the female form on abstract backgrounds. His works’ “personal investigations of femininity, spirituality and abstraction possess the power to transform today’s ideals of contemporary sensuality and simple elegance”.
Daniel Gerhartz: The Continuum of Beauty - Fine Art Connoisseur
This exhibition of 31 paintings is the artist’s first major retrospective; it includes many new, never before seen works. His subjects hover between traditional figurative painting and portraiture, with subjects often seemingly caught in an interrupted moment, as if the sitter has just realized the artist’s presence.
07112019 by Julian-Faylona on DeviantArt
"Even in this dreary darkness there is a sense of peace... a deathly peace. And in it we find comfort." One for the Dark series. Please read my COPYRIGH... 07112019
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Tasawwuf is not taken from books, as inner purity is not quantifiable like fiqh (i.e. the knowledge that Dhuhr is four raka’as). Rather, it is a knowledge passed on directly from person to person in...
Old wooden window in Mirbat, Oman
Mirbat, like most of coastal towns in the province of Dhofar, South Oman, was involved in the frankincense trade. It look over the port tradition from al-Balid in the 17th-18th centuries and became a wellknown port, trading also with Hadramaut in Yemen.Today, almost the entire historic city has been abandoned in favour of a new modern center. © Eric Lafforgue www.ericlafforgue.com