I Vampiri: La Sorelle by strangeling
"I Vampiri: La Sorelle" is the title - the fifth in my series of paintings called "I Vampiri " (which is Italian for The Vampires) - a new line of paintings that feature vampire beauties inspired by Italian Baroque & Italian Renaissance themes and aesthetics (many of which I have been hired to create for my upcoming Vampire Tarot/Oracle Deck). This fifth painting is called "I Vampiri: La Sorelle" (which means "Sisters" in Italian) and it is lovely! Two vampiric sisters, with darkly beautiful eyes and shimmering black hair, stand in front of a Renaissance crucifixion painting (after Maerten van Heemskerck, who though not Italian - he is considered part of the Italian school of painting, and helped introduce the Italian renaissance to the rest of Europe). The younger sister is cradling a pet rat (don't worry, it's a CUTE rat). Loads of details in this one! My own original acrylic painting.