This painting explores Mary's portrait from various angles. In the sense that Cubism explored portraiture through looking at various sides of the model, this image overlays many various ways of seeing the human form through asking the model to change positions, redrawing her portrait and body to reveal the whole of her figure and form. The use of pink and flesh colour denotes the form of the flesh and skin.
The paint marks gesture the form of a landscape through the human body - her curves brought alive through the gestures of sweeping lines of colour that flow and glide across the surface of the canvas, portraying the sensual and eroticism of the female form.
Oil paint on canvas