15 October 2011

Sketches from Degas exhibition at the royal Academy


The other day mum treat me to a little trip to the Royal Academy to see Degas new exhibition. I have always loved his paintings of Parisian Ballerina's i don't think there is another artist out there that could and can capture movement and light in a painting like Degas could. If you have never heard of him or think art and painting aren't for you, seriously degas' work is beautiful, delicate and truly awe-inspiring. Me and mum spent three and half hours in the exhibition just staring at the paintings. If you dont like paintings there was a mixture of sculpture and his photography which was beautiful.

Above are some of the sketches i did of the paintings hanging in the exhibition, you couldn't take photos so i opted for the next best thing...drawing the paintings. So i took my trusty moleskin along and some watercolours and sketched away here is what i created
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4 comments

  1. Ohh I really want to see this! Beaut drawings. I love how you included the frames xxx

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  2. I was going to ask if you would post some pictures from your sketchbook yesterday :) haha strange. They look great. And Degas' paintings are beautiful!

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  3. I really want to go to this exhibition!
    x

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  4. These are enchanting. I've always loved the fragility of pencil shading. Glad you snapped these photographs.


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