The subject of the original painting is bleak and despairing, but we choose to look at the image and see a woman who looks behind her and at her past and sees that she has no regrets.
The reason for no regrets is that she has lived a virtuous life and so has nothing to taint her past or her personality.
The colors are varied and her hair really has some drama, mixing transparent glass with opaque glass. This piece is the same size as others in the series of eight, 18" wide by 30" tall
Inspired by Opehelia, painted by Arthur Hughes, 1865
Value associated with this work is "Virtue."
Item Name: No Regrets
Colors often vary from the photo because each piece is unique and when we build a new copy of the panel we may make small changes. For example, the density of the browns in the tree may vary from piece to piece.