draftsmanship

Posted in Art, Behind the Scenes, J. Paul Getty Museum, Prints and Drawings

Why Is This Drawing in a Museum?

Abstract Lines / Degas
The mysterious drawing in question. Abstract Lines, about 1877, Edgar Degas. J. Paul Getty Museum.

A look inside a sketchbook by Degas reveals the story behind a unusual drawing. More»

Also tagged , , , Leave a comment
Posted in Behind the Scenes, Exhibitions and Installations, J. Paul Getty Museum, Prints and Drawings, Voices

Researching the Renaissance

Julian Brooks in Florence with reproductions of Andrea del Sarto's Renaissance drawings
Florence, del Sarto, and I.

“It’s amazing to be immersed in Andrea del Sarto’s home city, his drawings, paintings, frescoes, and his life, normally all so far away when I’m in L.A.” More»

Also tagged , , , , , , 12 Responses
  • Facebook

  • Twitter

  • Tumblr

    • photo from Tumblr

      Eye-to-eye with a devotional painting of Christ.

      This haunting and intimate portrait of Christ is both dramatic and spiritual. Less than a foot high, the panel was made for private use.

      See the full picture here.

       Eye-to-eye connects the peoples of yesterday to you through art.

      10/22/14

  • Flickr