jenny-saville Saville makes painting loud and noticeable. Which is very different to Hammershoi. This painting is full of colours/textures. The burntness of the face draws you to it. The expression is loud, as in it's uncommon as it is in our face with the mouth open and the dark corners of it. It is not soft of subtle, but it is striking. It conveys tone and shape very well, as it highlights lights/darks and the shape is sharp.
Paintings by Jenny Morgan. This portrait reminds me of the skin discolouration of blushing, perhaps another characteristic of human flaws - we can not disguise emotion or embarrassment. However, is this also a perfection?