"Tomorrow Forever," "Springtime" and "The Sisters" are three of Margaret Keane's paintings. The artist is renowned for her paintings of big-eyed children, women and animals.
"Tomorrow Forever" depicts hundreds of sad, big-eyed children standing in a line. "Springtime" is a painting of a sad girl in a hat, holding a bouquet of flowers. The painting "The Sisters" shows two young girls dressed in blue kimonos and holding fans.
Margaret Keane's paintings have been famous since the 1950s. She is also known for the art fraud caused by her ex-husband, who for many years claimed to be the author of her paintings. Tim Burton's film "Big Eyes" is based on Margaret Keane's story.