Saturday, 17 February 2018

Weekly drawing challenge number 5

Week 5 - 1698.

William of Orange was on the throne in England. He had a rather excellent nose (I may have exaggerated it a bit in my drawing...).

Bit late with this one due to Stuff. Week 6 due on Monday.

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

North and South


Several projects on the go at the moment, one of which is a collaborative box set of prints between Cowprint members and a group of printmakers in the Falkland Islands. My image is in progress.

Thursday, 8 February 2018

Sunday, 4 February 2018

Weekly drawing challenge number 4

Week 4 - an excess.

What does Cerberus have if not an excess of heads?

Black biro on a piece of discarded monoprint.

From Life - Royal Academy

Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Charles Pugin,Drawing from Life at the Royal Academy,
(Somerset House), 1 January 1808

There were some good things in this exhibition but overall, a bit disappointing. Not enough variety of work, not enough history etc. The film of Chinese students drawing a huge head of David was good, as were some of the 19th Century paintings of life classes at the RA. Amusing in a Giles cartoon sort of way; some of the students didn't seem to be paying attention or looked decidedly bored. Also wearing hats indoors. You have to feel for the models who must have been pretty cold.

Exhibition continues until 11 March.


Unidentified artist, A Life Class, Early 19th century?
Oil on canvas, 987 X 1347 X 25 mm
Formerly attributed to William Hogarth.