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11 Unattainably Handsome Men in World-Famous Paintings
Sergey Malyutin, 'Portrait of Dmitry Furmanov', 1922 | © WikiCommons
Have you ever developed a crush on someone based solely on their photo? Well, portraits were the photographs of yesteryear and let me tell you, there are some seriously hot guys in some of them. Don’t worry, we’ve done the research for you, so just sit back, relax and enjoy these 11 unattainably gorgeous fellas from some of the art world’s finest paintings.
Gustave Courbet, ‘The Desperate Man’, 1843–1845 | © WikiCommons
This self-portrait by Courbet not only shows off some exquisite features but also a whole lot of emotion. Is there anything hotter than someone not afraid to show their passionate side publicly? As one of Courbet’s early works, the style of this piece is ultra-romantic. Those eyes are really speaking volumes!
Sergey Malyutin, ‘Portrait of Dmitry Furmanov’, 1922 | © WikiCommons
This portrait of Russian officer and writer Dmitry Furmanov is everything. From the perfect texture of his hair to his glass-cutting cheekbones and, of course, the way he’s managing to smile with his eyes, we are in love.
This self-portrait by the Scottish artist is exceptionally easy on the eyes, is it not?
Sargent’s evocative portrayal of the legendary Dr Pozzi flaunting his red robe has to be one of the most iconic male portraits of the 19th century. That hair is killer, and those are probably the nicest hands we’ve ever seen on a man.
Arry Scheffer, ‘Portrait of Armand Carrel’, 1800–1836 | © WikiCommons
Even if we completely ignore his undeniably handsome face and super-full head of hair, the waistline on this man is everything. Armand Carrel is definitely cut under that coat, and we are so into it.
Paul Gauguin, ‘Young Man With a Flower Behind His Ear’, 1891 | © Art Gallery Ergs Art/Flickr
We all know that real men wear pink and this beautiful creature painted by Gauguin is certainly no exception. Ahh, what we would give to be on the other side of that sultry gaze.
Orest Kiprensky, ‘Self-Portrait’, 1820 | © WikiArt
Another self-portrait, this painting of the artist Orest Kiprenksy is really all about the lips. Though let’s be real, the eyebrows and hands are pretty phenomenal also.
Raphaël Collin, ‘Portrait of Paul Victor Grandhomme’, c. 1890 | © WikiCommons
If you’re into the broody ones, look no further than this luscious drawing of Paul Victor Grandhomme by Raphaël Collin.
Josef Abel, ‘Portrait of a Young Man With Spectacles’, c. 1815 | © WikiCommons
For those who are into the nerdy look, you really can’t beat Franz Schubert in his glasses painted by Josef Abel. That dimple chin is a thing of beauty too and when you add to that that he’s a composer, this painting is basically the dream.
Jacques-Louis David, ‘Napoleon Crossing the Alps’, 1801 | © WikiCommons
Though we all know Napoleon was not known for his great looks, he is absolutely fiery in this image by French painter Jacques-Louis David.
Nicholas Hilliard, ‘Portrait of Sir Walter Raleigh’, c. 1585 | © WikiCommons
This delicious portrait of the British explorer and poet is definitely a contender for hottest man in a painting. Just look at those piercing eyes! We’d sail to the New World with him any day.
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We said hello. The guy's name was Andrey. We sat down on the veranda, I turned on the kettle and explained that my wife had left and would not be soon. My nephew pulled my hand into the next room.Artists Try To Draw The Most Handsome Man
Get up, creature. An elderly woman, with a groan, with difficulty, pulling up her arms, and then her legs, knelt, but groaning in pain. Fell to the floor.
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