On Drawing

Even though some people consider original drawings as not  being totally accomplished, perceived as less valuable or unfinished pieces of work, most often times good drawings are better than low quality colour paintings.

It may be due to just a professional interest, as it is much harder to express on simple  tonal values, where there is no possibility of “hiding  mistakes” under a lavish colour pattern.

But it may be also due to the possibility to see each artist’s unmistakable mark making.

I have added several pictures on studies done while in Florence, where I was given the opportunity to explore these notions.There I attended several Art Schools, but mostly, I was able to contemplate one of the best Schools of Western Drawing-the Italian Renaissance.

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