Lisa Rinna's late father, Frank Rinna, was a seriously talented painter and sculptor who beautified countless homes with his artwork, including his famous daughter's estate. Frank's life and creativity live on in his art, which Lisa keeps close at home. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills entrepreneur has shared a number of his works on social media that show an incredible eye for creating realistic objects that are gorgeously lit.
In 2018, Lisa shared a collection of four paintings that look like photographs on her Twitter feed, including a bowl of lemons, two floral depictions, and a riverfront home. This week, she shared another one of Frank's paintings that is dear to her and hanging in her home on her Instagram Stories, a verdant backyard scene featuring a pair of chaise lounges just begging to be lounged in and bright flowers in bloom.
While we don't know for sure, the painting does bear a strong resemblance to Lisa's own sanctuary of a backyard without the unsightly electrical pole drama that happened to her and husband Harry Hamlin in real life.
"One of my dad's paintings," she wrote. "He passed 4 years ago. I miss him."
Fortunately, Lisa has his creativity and vision to look at inside her home whenever she wants to feel close to her father.
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