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Solange Knowles looks like a work of art in her latest Instagram post. (Photo: Instagram)

Solange Knowles looks like a work of art in her latest Instagram post. (Photo: Instagram)

Solange Knowles is a work of art.

On Tuesday, the 34-year-old singer shared a photo dump on Instagram that featured two photos of her posing in front of artwork by Alison Saar. Wearing black lingerie and stunning natural curls, she captioned the post with a crab emoji to represent her zodiac sign — Cancer — and tagged her other Instagram page where she shared more snapshots of her life.

Celebrities and fans alike were awed by the stunning photographs.

“Mam,” mom Tina Knowles-Lawson commented followed by several flame and heart emojis. 

“That’s right,” model Tess Holiday wrote.


“Our cancer queen has spoken!” a commenter added.

“There is so much beauty in the light you shine. Your words and music have always been my peace,” someone praised.

Solange, who is notoriously private, has been hailed by fans as the poster-child for self-care for her seemingly carefree style and vibes. In a 2020 essay for Harper’s Bazaar, the “Don’t Touch My Hair” singer opened up about “chasing joy” by taking a step back.

“Some days were a real pain in the ass,” she wrote. “Some were the most beautiful days of my life. This was a different kind of joy. I didn’t need to skip in the sun to feel it. Joy was the sleep I got after releasing secrets from my bones. Joy was telling the truth. Joy was making a song that I didn’t care ever saw the light of day. Joy was taking a trip alone, and just sitting and staring at the water and seeing my reflection and thinking to myself, ‘Damn I’m fine.'”

“Joy was having nothing on my calendar, and choosing what to do with my time. Joy was having a friend who didn’t care how ugly I cried, always inviting and encouraging me to just be, however that looked that day. Joy was discovery. Joy was having someone show me beautiful worlds of their own and trusting in the journey. Joy was letting go of control. Joy was just sitting. Joy was seeing how far I had come and waving at my shadows. Joy was accepting that the work is never done, but that every day is a choice.”

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