Men's portraits in art and painting

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Men's portraits


Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912) Portrait of Professor Giovanni Battista Amendola

Oil On Canvas 75 x 54 cm ( 29,5 x 21,2 inch )

Private art collection

image: Public domain

The characteristic features

The characteristic features of a male portrait in painting can vary depending on the style and period of the artwork, but some common features include:

1. Facial hair: In many male portraits, the subject has some form of facial hair, such as a beard or mustache.

2. Strong jawline: A defined jawline is often depicted in male portraits, which can convey strength and masculinity.

3. Angular features: Male faces are often depicted with sharper and more angular features than female faces, such as a more prominent nose or brow.

4. Serious expression: Male portraits often show the subject with a serious or stoic expression, which can convey a sense of power or authority.

5. Formal clothing: Male subjects in portraits may be depicted wearing formal clothing, such as a suit or military uniform, which can convey their social status or profession.


men's portraits


Sections:

men's portraits 15th century hall

men's portraits 15th century hall

1400-1500
men's portraits 16th century

men's portraits 16th century

1500-1600
men's portraits 17th century

men's portraits 17th century

1600-1700
men's portraits 18th century

men's portraits 18th century

1700-1800
men's portraits 19th century (first half)

men's portraits 19th century (first half)

1800-1850
men's portraits 19th century (second half)

men's portraits 19th century (second half)

1850-1900
men's portraits 20th century

men's portraits 20th century

1920-1940
men's portraits 20th century (1900-1930) first third

men's portraits 20th century (1900-1930) first third

1900-1930


Pictures:

Portrait Of Gian Giorgio Trissino :: Vincenzo di Biagio Catena
men's portraits - Portrait Of Gian Giorgio Trissino :: Vincenzo di Biagio Catena
Portrait of Francois I, King of France :: Jean Clouet
men's portraits - Portrait of Francois I, King of France :: Jean Clouet
Jacob Cornelisz Van Oostsanen (1472-1533) Self-Portrait
men's portraits - Jacob Cornelisz Van Oostsanen (1472-1533) Self-Portrait
"The Four Philosophers" :: Peter Rubens
men's portraits - "The Four Philosophers" :: Peter Rubens
  






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User   User Rating: 400  June 21, 2018


Men's portraits throughout the course of their history not only perpetuate the faces of people who lived in different epochs, but also they are original evidences of life in the past and the present. They help to understand the moods that prevailed in society, the behavior trends and even the details of everyday life. And from the 19th century they become interesting also by the author's view of their creators, who express it more freely, constantly expanding the limits of their capabilities.

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Diana   User Rating: 2075  October 30, 2019


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The corner of the table
Henri Fantin-Latour, 1872, 160?225 cm

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