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My Spectacular Art Gallery - Study of Sculpture - Gallery 2

Welcome to My Art Gallery. There are TWO Galleries of this category and FOUR drawings in each Gallery. Now you are in Gallery TWO.

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My Study of Sculpture at 'The Art Institute of Chicago'
Chauncey Bradley Ives (1810-1894)
Jephtha's Daughter, Marble 1874

Dated Sep-24-2002.

With Pencil on Paper.
Original Size 81/2" x 11".

My study of this particular master piece continues. This is a side view of the same sculpture I studied a week ago. Check the back view here. There is another view that finishes my study of this sculpture. The front view.

It took about an hour to do this from start to finish.

Janathan Scott Hartley (1846-1912)
Whirlwind 1896
Bronze

Dated Oct-08-2002.

With Pencil on Paper (2-Ply Plate Finish Acid Free)
Original Size 11" x 14".

Based on a small bronze statue in 'The European Art Gallery' at The Art Institute of Chicago which doesn't draw much attention of many people as the surronding paintings and other works are so big in size. This helped me study the sculpture of human body and also the artistic effect of whirlwind on the a piece of cloth.

It took me about an hour to do this and half from start to finish.
My Study of Sculpture at 'The Art Institute of Chicago'

My Study of Sculpture at 'The Art Institute of Chicago'
Unknown Artist, Central Italian

Madonna and Child, 1475/1500
Terracotta with Pigment traces

Red - Love

Blue Heaven - faithfullness to god
Christian Renaissance
Baby Jesus showing extraordinary desire for knowledge

Dated Oct-29-2003.

With Pencil on Paper.
Original Size 11" x 14".

It took me about two hours to do this from start to finish.

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