Drawings

surrealistic nude graphite pencil drawing

Nude – 17-06-15

When I saw this photo for the first time I didn’t know what to think of it. I do not relate to so-called romantic art of ballerinas and dancers striking great poses. Therefor I had to come up with something different and I was intrigued by the pose nevertheless.

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Cubistic nude graphite pencil drawing

Nude – 28-05-15 (sold)

A continuation of the roundism series. I particularly like this one because I like the pose and the fluidity that speaks. It’s a kind of zig-zag pattern that appeals to me. It’s with a private collector from the U.S.

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Surrealist nude graphite pencil drawing

Nude – 18-05-15 (sold)

This surrealistic drawing was the cornerstone of this series for now. One drawing and three paintings would follow. The drawing is with a private collector from France now.

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Cubistic nude graphite pencil drawing

Nude – 08-05-15

Variation 11 show a return to straight lines and planes. I wanted to put less stress on the body and more on the planes as a whole – in- and outside the body and communicating.

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Cubistic nude graphite pencil drawing

Nude – 03-05-15 (sold)

Variation nr 9 shows a further development and I felt more and more confident to show more. This one I found it to be a success and a prestudy for The Madonna of The Hague later that year.

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Cubistic nude graphite pencil drawing

Nude – 19-04-15

I am not quite satisfied with this variation. It look static. And the tiny strokes contouring her body look daft to me (in retrospective).

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impressionistic street graphite pencil drawing

The Hague (Halstraat) – 12-03-15

An impressionistic view on the Halstraat, a small street in the centre of The Hague, Netherlands. I was fascinated by the blocked in light column showing lots of depth in front and back to the church in the background.

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Cubistic portrait graphite pencil drawing thumnail

Maria Harp – 04-03-15 (sold)

This drawing was a commissioned one, depicting Maria Harp, a dutch-american jazz singer. Although it look cubistic I consider it not to be. Perhaps an extreme styling but the forms remain closed.

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