1. Drawing is the backbone of all art.
Michelangelo practiced drawing one hour every day.
Claude Monet began by dedicating two years
to charcoal drawing.
2. Drawing with charcoal is preferred because
the techniques used are very close to painting.
Therefore, we created the new Nitram Bâton.
A device that allows you to combine
the best of both worlds.
Natural Pigments and ARTiculations in Toronto present:
Natural Pigments Painting Best Practices Three-Day Workshop. September 19-21st 2015.
Tintoretto’s drawings have experienced a resurgence in popularity in recent years, with his works on paper featured prominently in larger exhibitions of his work, including the recent 2012 retrospective at the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome, Italy.
Vine versus compressed charcoal: what’s the difference? This might seem like a question reserved for only a new artist who is deciding which to purchase. It is also worth consideration, however, on the part of the more seasoned artist, as each form
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