PRINT of my Original Art- Original Sketch -Ink Figure 2- Fine Art Print

PRINT of my Original Art- Original Sketch -Ink Figure 2- Fine Art Print

Gordon Setter Drawing

Gordon Setter Drawing

Print of drawing of dancing feet.

Print of drawing of dancing feet.

Kultegning - charcoal still life drawing of an apple- grade 8

Kultegning - charcoal still life drawing of an apple- grade 8

JAMIE SAYS DREAM: Jylian Gustlin's Sketchbook

JAMIE SAYS DREAM: Jylian Gustlin's Sketchbook

Kunst værket Ms. Bunny er en del af en serie store kultegninger, som alle tager udgangspunkt i samspillet imellem mennesker og natur. Alle kultegningerne er tegnet med fingrene og bare et enkelt stykke kul.  Str.: A3 Limited edition (50 stk) Kul på papir, printet på 190 g. eksklusivt Hahnemuhle papir Leveres i hård kuvert uden ramme

Kunst værket Ms. Bunny er en del af en serie store kultegninger, som alle tager udgangspunkt i samspillet imellem mennesker og natur. Alle kultegningerne er tegnet med fingrene og bare et enkelt stykke kul. Str.: A3 Limited edition (50 stk) Kul på papir, printet på 190 g. eksklusivt Hahnemuhle papir Leveres i hård kuvert uden ramme

Extended Gesture - by Kathe Kollwitz-1920-charcoal - notice the residue of the corrected drawing marks

Extended Gesture - by Kathe Kollwitz-1920-charcoal - notice the residue of the corrected drawing marks

Hand with Bowl and a Cat - Vincent van Gogh

Hand with Bowl and a Cat - Vincent van Gogh

Degas  -  Edgar Degas travelled to New Orleans during the fall of 1872 to spend a few months visiting the considerable American branch of his family. The journey to New Orleans marked a key moment in Degas's career: However distracted and stalled in his profession on his arrival, he left the city with a new sense of direction and resolve. He also took with him, in his portfolio and his mind, many unforgettable images of New Orleans life…

Degas - Edgar Degas travelled to New Orleans during the fall of 1872 to spend a few months visiting the considerable American branch of his family. The journey to New Orleans marked a key moment in Degas's career: However distracted and stalled in his profession on his arrival, he left the city with a new sense of direction and resolve. He also took with him, in his portfolio and his mind, many unforgettable images of New Orleans life…

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