It was obvious by the way he painted her forehead.
As well as by the recurring depictions of violent scenes and the excessive use of red pigments! So uncivilised!
Duo's drop-down menu shows 'eius' meaning 'his' or 'her.'
That is correct. They're both accepted.
shes not the only one
It can also mean HIS painter is angry, right?
Is it required, preferred or just optional to put the possessive pronoun after the subject noun in Latin? "painter her is angry"