Oil on canvas 2015
The name comes from the Italian language and really means wooden trunk, or from the Greek word Thyrso, meaning trunk.
The term is also a sculpture of the human upper body, without arms and legs, and usually without head. From the late 1800s, torso is considered an independent art expression, largely because of sculptor Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) who made torsos. Old, damaged, sculptures who have lost arms, head and legs also called torso. (Wikipedia)
Contact me for more info about this painting.