Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Drawings from the Met

Marble Study of a Youth, 2008, ball point pen in Moleskine sketchbook
Spending four hours at the Met on Saturday did some good for me. This is the most I've drawn in one visit and I can't wait to do it again. As I've mentioned before, the Met is my sanctuary and this last visit helped me feel rejuvenated. I'm a little more focused on my work, and hope to make it a good painting year. So far so good!
Marsyas after Christophe Veyrier, 2008, ball point pen in Moleskine sketchbook

Ugolino and His Sons (detail) after Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, 2008, ball point pen in Moleskine sketchbook

The Burial of Christ (detail) after Annibale Carracci, 2008, ball point pen in Moleskine sketchbook

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