The Russian artist Serge Marshennikov loves watching them in their sleep. And painting them on the process. His stalking-like obsession determined him to reveal the beauty of women vulnerability while they’re deep devoured by their dreams. His approach has nothing unconventional in particular, considering the technique that replicates the Renaissance style. There are only a few details that give the present away, like an in-ear set of headphones or a pink short.
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