Cleopatra by Michael Parkes

Cleopatra by Michael Parkes

A peculiar interpretation of the image of the beautiful Egyptian queen is given in the painting “Cleopatra”, written by American artist Michael Parkes in 1986. The body of a young woman with a red veil is sexually attractive, feminine.

Hands that have been pinched up and outstretched hips express a desire, but instead of a passionate lover, an ugly animal in a frill, sitting next to Cleopatra, performs a love serenade for the queen.

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