Lie to me
Original charcoal drawing on paper by James Shipton My works are heavily influenced by the art work of Degas and Gustav Klimt. My desire is to capture the beauty of the female human form, whilst portraying human isolation. I achieve this through a process of capturing reality through life drawing using charcoal sketches, breaking it down to deliver an impression of the human form, whilst capturing the psychological complexity of the human nature through the portrayal of human isolation. Following the breakdown of the human female nude, I use the sketches to the build and create paintings in oils. Certificate of authenticity included. Category Charcoal drawing Subject Nudes and erotic Substrate Paper Materials Charcoal Style Impressionistic Dimensions 42 x 59.4 x 0 cm (unframed) / 42 x 59.4 cm (actual image size) Framing This artwork is sold unframed
W 42.00 cm x H 59.20 cm
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About the Artist
I studied art and then went on to study medical science. My passion for art was re-ignited whilst studying the human anatomy. As a result I have followed my passion and produced oil paintings that utilise my knowledge of the human form. My passion led me to a new career in art. My art work has be...