I love this piece. Continuous line using fine liner is something I enjoy doing and feel I can use a lot through out my own sketchbook. I like how simple lines can create a very recognisable image.
freya , Loui Jover (I wish I could imagine and do some paintings like this.... Really profound works
LINES HOLD THE MEMORIES - Fine Art Prints by Agnes Cecile available at Eyes On Walls - http://www.eyesonwalls.com/collections/agnes-cecile?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=ads&utm_content=Lines%20Hold%20&utm_campaign=Agnes%20Cecile
Frank Auerbach. I really like this drawing because its showing the intensity of how the artist has smudged, compressed, softened and scratched with the charcoal to re creative depth portrait.
workman: michaelaccorsi: The breathtaking and moving work of Australian artist, Ginny Grayson.
#Charcoal #drawing - Portrait #1 by Agnes Grochulska
Nicholson, Ben (1894-1982) - 1933 Study for Heads (Falmouth Art Gallery, England) (by RasMarley)
Guy Denning - Artists around the world in http://www.maslindo.com
Agnes Cecil, In Trouble She Will
Design is fine. History is mine. Henry Moore, Untitled, head of a sheep, 1972. Pen and ink drawing. Via Ketterer