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Many believe that a first impression is the last impression. This notion is challenged when looking at the Girl with a Pearl Earring. When you glance at her you delve almost involuntarily to look deeper. Enticed by her shiny pearl earring, your mind begins to question. Why is she glancing back at you? It seems like she’s about to tell us something with her lips partially open. But all we have is her silence, adding to her mysterious charm. She’s alluded crowds including the Duchess of Cambridge, who met her at Mauritshuis museum in The Hague. So, you’re not alone in journeying the story behind this girl.
What may be the most unusual characteristic of Modigliani’s portraits is not the prominent elongation of their features, but their eyes. Particularly in his later work, Modigliani would tend to leave the eyes of
Beneath a sky aflame with red, orange and yellow, an androgynous figure stands on a bridge wearing a blue coat that seems to flow into a surreal torrent of turquoise and indigo behind