Thursday, March 20, 2008

Chantal Sebire

A new painting of Chantal Sebire which is currently on auction at Ebay.

I painted this while I was sick, and the end result isn't exactly what I was trying for, but as a painting I imagine it isn't all that bad. The auction ends later today (Holy Saturday, 2009.) Right now the current bid is $1 dollar with eleven hours to go-

Chantal Sebire, french woman with painful and disfuring nasal tumor, denied right to doctor-assisted suicide

Chantal Sebire 'Blue' Portrait - Ebay Art Auction


Previous Chantal Sebire themed artwork-

Chantal Sebire, french woman with painful and disfuring nasal tumor, denied right to doctor-assisted suicide
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Chantal Sebire double portrait

Chantal Sebire French Euthanasia Before/After Portrait - Ebay Auction




Chantal Sébire, a French woman who suffered from a painful and disfiguring nasal tumor, was recently denied her request before a court in Dijon for the right to doctor-assisted suicide. In my cartoon she says to my Neverborn character (the soul of an aborted child become an angel) "Thank you for releasing me, little one. Now I am finally free!"

No mercy for French woman dying of rare cancer - Hemlock Society

Chantal Sebire,euthanasia

Chantal Sebire found dead at home - News.Com.Au

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2 comments:

  1. Panda Rosa12:13 AM

    What does one say? Poor woman, I could understand why she felt that way, yet it does not make suicide right, even here.

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  2. Thank you for posting this and for painting Chantal.

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