- A female fine artist got the attention she deserved after she shared her painting of a faceless couple
- People said the painting looks very much like a photograph, wondering how she was able to pull it off
- There were tweeps who noted that both the art and the person who made it look beautiful
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A young Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @artbyadebisi has wowed social media users with her painting that looks almost real.
On Tuesday, February 16, the lady shared photos showcasing her amazing painting of a black couple in native wear. It looked like their traditional wedding day.
The second frame has her proudly posing beside the artwork as she held her iPhone in a selfie pose.
Tweeps did not only praise her, but they struggled to get the tribe depicted in her artwork.
See her post below:
Her work received much love on the bird app, gathering over 66,000 likes and more than 10,000 retweets as at the time of writing this report.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Between you and your Painting, I'm finding it hard to choose one!.. The Art and The Artist, both stunning!"
"Stunning artistry - this could easily be my Urhobo parents. The fit is exactly what they wear. You are talented."
"Beautiful. I like that you didn't give them faces. We decide who we want the pictures to represent ourselves. Well done!"
"This is absolutely beautiful. The colours are so bold and eye-catching. The detailing in the clothing is beautiful. Just gorgeous. I feel the heart behind this."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a lady with the Twitter handle @fatoubessem went viral online after showcasing photos of the first art piece she painted in 2021.
The lady posed with the masterpiece, wearing a big smile. The work features what looks like a goddess with long hair cascading over her shoulders.
Her eyes are surreal as she wears the dreamy look of someone in a trance. Behind her is a shining moon with a strong current that gives a sparkly background.
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