Archive for the ‘Monet’ Category

If Impressionism is an attempt to take reality and extract the impression out of it. what does a drawing whose subject is an impressionist masterpieces mean? a double extract? a way to pass the time?
Ah, you know what? forget it…


This time – some drawings from Musée d’Orsay (among others)
And if you missed my recommendation – take a look at this issue of Boo! Baa! Buu! with echos of the Leviathan




Beatriz Milhazes au fondation cartier

Monet – Orangeri​e

Monet – Orangeri​e, using some pens bought in the kiosk.

Honore@Ors​ay
indeed Don Quixote, Sancho Panza and the Dead Mule
Apparently, Honoré drew tons of them, as you can see (and even buy a poster) here.

I sat down to rest, right below a statue of Icarus, and took my time to draw him in relatively lots of detail, but I still prefer the fast one that came after…




Monet@Orsay

An attempt to catch the mist Monet lays down with pencils.

Monet@Orsay
If you look closely, you will see some visitors reflecting in the protecting glass. (at least I did…)

Monet@Orsay

Degas@Orsa​y


Degas@Or​say
Bonnard is someone I can’t seem to get enough of… 


The guard was dosing off, so I started drawing and waiting for him to fall asleep. Suddenly he woke up, looked around, and mumbled something about him falling asleep and that he has to go take a walk.
The empty chair remained.

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