Portrait:Protect, Seduce, Deny
Art is used for many things, but it is most oft used for expression. One could never tell what the artist was thinking just by the artwork alone, especially if it were someone they were unsure of. Portrait paintings were especially deceptive; even if they seemed to be very plain. He could not help thinking appearances deceived though, especially the portrait done in the Golden Age style of what seemed to be two youths and their sister. They were dressed as the Kings and Queens of Old in the old Kingdom, the place where the river literally dictated life.
Unusually, instead of having the female in the centre, it was the youngest male instead. He looked a little uncertain, a young man with a fresh-faced look, his eyes a clear pool of dark brown, his complexion a bit on the pale side (compared to the tanned skin of his elder brother), soft, kissable lips, firm but not too taut cheeks, and short, neatly kept hair. His hazel eyes were open in wide-eyed innocence; the man was not deceived. Th