Drawings

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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cubist 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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impressionist nude graphite pencil drawing

Nude – 06-04-15

After the last graphite pencil drawing I realized something was missing, not the nude of course. That style was realistic or impressionistic, something I am skilled at for a long time now.

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impressionist urban 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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Cubistic portrai graphite pencil drawing of Ginger Rogers

Sans titre – 07-01-15 (sold)

The sans titre series continued in 2015 in bigger dimensions (A4). This one is Ginger Rogers, american actress and starring next to Fred Astaire in fabulous dance movies in the 1930s). She is with a private collector now in the United States.

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