Emily Morris by Steven Christopher Seward

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Emily Morris by Steven Christopher Seward-American Painting The art-work is produced by the American artist Steven Seward who was born in 1958. He is a portrait painter for last thirty years. He is fond of illustrating people with some significant incidents or a portion which reflects the person’s life.

Painting NameEmily Morris
Painter NameSteven Christopher Seward
Completion Date1989
Size91.44 x 73.66 cm (36" x 29")
Current LocationPrivate collection

The portrayal presented here is of a girl named Emily Morris, sitting on a chair with relaxed manner. She has a doll in lap with black attire.

The reflection I get according to artist’s mentality is that it reflects the little girls big ambitions as we can see her looking in distance. An artist who wants represent the innocence of a girl would not represent her doll with clothing like, which seems to me, a business-woman. That interpretation could act as a good symbolism for the girl’s big ambitions and her nature.

The endeavor to depict the person showing his personality as well as the significant side is a tough job to achieve, when you are depicting only a single moment of that person’s life. Here you can visit the artist’s website to understand his works more deeply.


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