The General Was Known For Her Porcelain Complexion And Pleasing Countenance


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The General Was Known For Her Porcelain Complexion And Pleasing Countenance, oil on canvas, 7"x9".  Sold.

As I am still at war with the bunny in the backyard, I felt it was appropriate to post a military themed painting.  Doesn't it just figure that even though this young 'Lady General' is  busy blowing things up and setting fire to God knows what, she is still only valued for her looks.  Sheesh!  I do quite admire her hair clip though.

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4 Responses to “The General Was Known For Her Porcelain Complexion And Pleasing Countenance”

  1. I had a similar problem a few years ago and found a natural way to get them out. If you have a cat, just empty the litterbox where they dig under the fence or where the crack is that they come though. The “predator’s” urine with repel them. I only had to do this about 4 times, over about a month, and they left for good and I’ve not had one rabbit reappear since. 🙂

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    • Good point, however, my dog will eat litter. He eats just about anything so I just have to decide if the litter is worse than the bunny droppings! Pretty horrible!

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  2. I love the look of serene confidence on her face. It’s not too often that I see a face of a woman that looks as though she feels confident in her own skin. I love your compositions! They all tell a story of some place in time….

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