Tuesday, May 25, 2010


Samuel wore a wonderful three-piece suit (black with white pinstripes), a white shirt, and red patterned tie. He looked very sharp and business-like, and his costume set off his ruddy complexion and coppery hair and beard.
Once again, I opted for drawing instead of painting. Two of these drawings were done in colored pencil on coffee-stained paper. The charcoal portrait (the best likeness of the bunch) is on sauce-treated paper , and the seated figure study is in colored pencil on sauce-treated watercolor paper. All the drawings are 18" x 24".

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