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Edward Bawden - part 3

This is part 3 of a 4-part post on the works of British Artist Edward Bawden, one of a group of artists associated with a community of artists that existed around Great Bardfield in Essex, England during the middle years of the 20th century. For biographical notes on Bawden see part 1. For earlier works see parts 1 and 2. 1950 Trade paper inset for British Films 1951 The Bird's Nest watercolour 1952 Early Morning in Sicily watercolour 1952 Rose and Shaving Mirror watercolour 1952 The…

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Gallery of The Power of Architectural Drawing: The Sketches That Saved St. Mark's - 1

Image 1 of 4 from gallery of The Power of Architectural Drawing: The Sketches That Saved St. Mark's. Study of the Marble Inlaying on the Front of the Casa Loredan, Venice. Pencil, watercolour, and bodycolour, 32 x 26.7cm (1845) licensed under Public Domain. Image Courtesy of John Ruskin

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Artists Who Use Textured Surfaces and Collage

Painting or drawing onto a textured surface is as old as painting itself. Ancient people used the natural contours of cave walls to help them recreate the animals that were so vital to their survival. The decoration of tombs, temples and churches required artists to paint onto plaster and wood. Contemporary artists continue to use the texture of a surface to help them convey added depth to their work. Valery Koshlyakov Valery depicts grand formal architecture on a monumental scale. But his…

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