Seven-Spot Ladybird by Margot Stinton


I've learnt something today, thank you! Like your art too.

Thank you Spencer Lambert-Angela for you comment.

Thank you Heather and you are welcome, I am pleased you like the art.

Thank you Martin S Taylor.

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The name "ladybird" originated in the Middle Ages when the insects were known as the "beetle of Our Lady". They were named after the Virgin Mary, who in early religious paintings was often shown wearing a red cloak. The spots of the seven spot ladybird were said to symbolise seven joys and seven sorrows.

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About the Artist
Margot Stinton

I am intrigued by peoples’ faces and the interior of the mind, these themes motivate me to draw and paint. I have a deep interest for human nature in all its forms, I hope these feeling come through in my drawings and paintings. I have blended my creativity for portraits, which reveals the soul of…

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