About Margaret Keane Prints
There is perhaps nothing as emotionally moving as the face of a child. It is a face that Margaret Keane is especially skilled at replicating, although she does not stay completely true to form. The way that Keane treats her subjects is true to impression, if not to detail. Her depictions of children and women are filled with large, doe-eyed expressions of trust and emotion. While some of these provoke affection, others reveal the dark and twisted world of a tortured soul. Much of her work is devoted to paintings of these sorts of characters, showing another side of children, one that rarely receives attention in the art world and other parts of society. Margaret Keane prints are rife with energy, caused by the often doleful and accusatory glares of their inhabitants. You can find many examples of her work on eBay, where a vast inventory of her compositions are on sale. Her works never fail to draw the viewer in, inspiring thought and upending popular conceptions of women and young ones. Margaret Keane succeeds in combining artistic talent with conceptual density in a way not usually found.