Thursday, April 24, 2008

Sketching in the Galleries: European Landscape in the style of Japanese Print

Today the sketching in the galleries class, our instructor, Michael Tole, took us first to the Asian Art Galleries where we looked at some Japanese Prints and how they use line and shading to show depth, without reflecting the true direction of lighting. When then moved to the 18th Century European Galleries where we picked an painting to draw in the style of the Japanese Prints. I picked a landscape by Claude-Joseph Vernet (1775) and focused on the castles, trees, and mountains.

1 comment:

Skip said...

Nice work Jim, I love the foal, lying down in the field. I had no idea there was a ''costume class" for dog shows.