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Analysis of painting by the Artist Michael John Nolan Young Woman with Hair on Fire

Young Woman with Hair on Fire

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Young Woman with Hair on Fire
One feeling that arose in me was the feeling of concern and I also felt sad for her, but on the other hand I felt very helpless, I stood there and wonder what went wrong?, what road had the she taken to lead her to these unfortunate situation?, or was it an unfortunate? Was it voluntary or involuntary?

The portrait I have chosen to analysis was painted by the Artist named Michael John Nolan Young Woman with Hair on Fire
.. One feeling that arose in me was the feeling of concern and I also felt sad for her, but on the other hand I felt very helpless, I stood there and wonder what went wrong?, what road had the she taken to lead her to these unfortunate situation?, or was it an unfortunate? Was it voluntary or involuntary? .Or had some criminal activity just had been committed, is this crime scene some sort of revenge. Was the artist angry or felling all alone? Maybe in a dark place within or needing a friend someone just to listen. Then you see the stuff animal it seem to show compassion as well as raises more question ,Did the stuff animal belong to a child or was it the young lady. If it did belong to a child, where was that child, has the child been hurt? Where were the young lady clothes? Why was there fire behind her? Why was there blood on the wall behind her? Was it hers? So many questions come to mind the first thing that caught my eye immediately was the full face gas mask with a filter cartridge holder attached to it. The second thing that caught my eye was the fire behind the young lady head. The third was her naked body with nothing on but a black bra seem to be size 36 -38 B cup and a red bikini style underwear with two little black bows attached to the sides From me observing the portrait closer I could tell that the young lady was from Caucasian decent possibly in her late 20s to early 30s, Approximately 5’8” to 6’ tall it must have been a warm night because the lady did not appear to be cold, her clothing was not of high in fashion nor did the young lady have any tattoos or body piercing .I would say this is of modern times because the stuff animal that the young lady is holding was made in a production factory, Also the stucco wall that she is standing in front of is pretty tall could not be from a previous era before law allowed fencing to be over 6’ tall. The full face gas mask is one that comes from 1980 era it is known as a protective with a single filter canister for filters that protected you…