Wednesday, 4 February 2009

In a dressing gown | Im Morgenmantel

Here is another drawing with a close up.

Hier ist eine weitere Zeichnung mit einer Detailansicht


In a dressing gown | Im Morgenmantel, 61 x 43 cm, Charcoal and Conté on paper


Detail

6 comments:

ANDREW JUDD said...

Looks Great Nue!!

I like the reflective qualities you've achieved. This is a classic drawing with an old world feel.

Cheers.... Andrew

Ryan Evans said...

This is nice Stefan, good drawing. We are working on mark-making in class at the moment, and I like sketchyness you've created

Ryan

redchair said...

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Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Andrew,
thank you very much for your lines. But what do you mean with "old world feel"?
Cheers...Nue

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Thanks Ryan!

ANDREW JUDD said...

Okay... I meant that as a compliment...

This has a classical feeling about it... good drawing, great sense of values and edge control .. like an old master. Like Vermeer or Rembrandt or Sargent.

Okay i know Sargent was more contemporary but I just love good solid drawing and you display it here.

Cheers... andrew