Computer loneliness I

Poser Atmosphere/Mood posted on Aug 26, 2022
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After Francis Holl, Far away Thoughts. Joe Jarrah made me want to take an interest in English genre painting. I thus discovered the paintings of a painter named Francis Montague Holl. What struck me in this exacerbated sentimentality was often the absence of the loved one, whether sailor, soldier, or even in prison, which by contrast gave a strong presence to the female characters. For this mini series, I chose to transpose this social misery into another, more contemporary one, the one that binds us to our screens. My characters lack a part of themselves in the lack of relationship established by the interface of the screens. Thank you for the view and your comments.

Comments (7)


FurNose 6:28AM | Fri, 26 August 2022

Just Awesome (as allways!!!)!

marcopol 6:29AM | Fri, 26 August 2022

Thank you very much :)


Tracesl 6:58AM | Fri, 26 August 2022

excellent, like what you did with the pose of the model to match the picture. wonderfully done.

marcopol 7:02AM | Fri, 26 August 2022

Thank you very much once again for your interest in my works


3DClassics 12:31PM | Fri, 26 August 2022

Il y a un ou deux ans, Danielle et moi avons été surpris de voir un couple en tête à tête au restaurant, chacun plongé dans son smartphone et indifférent à l'autre. Brrr! Déprimant! Quant à Francis Hall, je vais aller regarder sur le web de qui il s'agit.

marcopol 2:03AM | Sat, 27 August 2022

Il ne faut pas négliger la force de sidération des écrans, en effet


mazzam 6:59PM | Fri, 26 August 2022

Fine atmosphere and lighting.

marcopol 2:03AM | Sat, 27 August 2022

Thank you very much


RRun Online Now! 6:49AM | Sat, 27 August 2022

Again, a fascinating way to familiarise us with another painter and again a clever concept.

marcopol 12:34PM | Sun, 28 August 2022

Thank you very much my friend


JoeJarrah 10:11AM | Sun, 28 August 2022

A truly excellent reinterpretation, and timely. As more people interact increasingly with screens rather than in person, it asks questions as to how our society is reshaping itself, and what of those (often older) people who do not embrace technology to the same extent, and so find themselves bereft by the "phone zombie" generation?

marcopol 12:39PM | Sun, 28 August 2022

I was looking for an almost ecstatic pose here, where we are unable to interpret her expression as that of a burnout, of a saturated brain, or, on the contrary, "augmented" by an inspiration given by the screen. I like the idea that the computer could fall from her hands, by too much absence at the present moment. Here, it's loneliness at work.


MollyFootman 10:43AM | Mon, 28 November 2022

I get a very strong sense of wistful loneliness from her pose and expression. I like how it imitates the painting that inspired it. Make me feel like although information technology has taken this sense of isolation to a new level it is not an entirely new problem. Thanks for sharing, I always enjoy viewing.


marcopol 10:59AM | Mon, 28 November 2022

thank you very much for your kind comments Dear Molly

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