VALUE
Peter Paul Rubens
(17th Century
Flemish)
Peter Paul Rubens
(17th Century
Flemish)
(charcoal on paper)
Michelangelo (16th C)
(black pencil on paper)
Nicholas Poussin
(17th C)
Castor and Pollux
(pen and ink on paper)
Paul Cadmus
(20th Century American)
Black and white charcoal
pencil on toned paper
Paul Cadmus
Student work: charcoal on paper
Student work:
Charcoal on paper
Student work:
Charcoal on paper
Student work:
Charcoal on paper
Student work:
Graphite pencil on paper
Student work:
Graphite pencil on
paper
Student work:
Graphite pencil on
paper
Student work:
Graphite pencil
on paper
Student work:
Graphite pencil on paper
Student work:
Graphite pencil hatch
Student work:
Graphite pencil hatch
Student work:
Graphite pencil on
paper
Student work:
Graphite pencil on
paper
Student work:
Graphite pencil hatch
Student work:
Black and white charcoal
pencil on toned paper
Student work:
Black and white
charcoal pencil on
toned paper
Student work: black and white charcoal pencil on toned paper
Student work:
Black and white
charcoal pencil on
toned paper
Student work:
Working reductively with
compressed charcoal
and kneadable eraser
Student work:
Tempera and ink on postal
wrap paper (Painterly
Techniques)
Student work:
Tempera, ink, and
charcoal on postal
wrap paper
Student work:
Tempera and ink on postal
wrap paper
Student work:
Black ink and white
tempera on postal
wrap paper
Charcoal Techniques to start…
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture
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Art 19 Value Techniques Lecture

  1. 1. VALUE
  2. 2. Peter Paul Rubens (17th Century Flemish)
  3. 3. Peter Paul Rubens (17th Century Flemish) (charcoal on paper)
  4. 4. Michelangelo (16th C) (black pencil on paper)
  5. 5. Nicholas Poussin (17th C) Castor and Pollux (pen and ink on paper)
  6. 6. Paul Cadmus (20th Century American) Black and white charcoal pencil on toned paper
  7. 7. Paul Cadmus
  8. 8. Student work: charcoal on paper
  9. 9. Student work: Charcoal on paper
  10. 10. Student work: Charcoal on paper
  11. 11. Student work: Charcoal on paper
  12. 12. Student work: Graphite pencil on paper
  13. 13. Student work: Graphite pencil on paper
  14. 14. Student work: Graphite pencil on paper
  15. 15. Student work: Graphite pencil on paper
  16. 16. Student work: Graphite pencil on paper
  17. 17. Student work: Graphite pencil hatch
  18. 18. Student work: Graphite pencil hatch
  19. 19. Student work: Graphite pencil on paper
  20. 20. Student work: Graphite pencil on paper
  21. 21. Student work: Graphite pencil hatch
  22. 22. Student work: Black and white charcoal pencil on toned paper
  23. 23. Student work: Black and white charcoal pencil on toned paper
  24. 24. Student work: black and white charcoal pencil on toned paper
  25. 25. Student work: Black and white charcoal pencil on toned paper
  26. 26. Student work: Working reductively with compressed charcoal and kneadable eraser
  27. 27. Student work: Tempera and ink on postal wrap paper (Painterly Techniques)
  28. 28. Student work: Tempera, ink, and charcoal on postal wrap paper
  29. 29. Student work: Tempera and ink on postal wrap paper
  30. 30. Student work: Black ink and white tempera on postal wrap paper
  31. 31. Charcoal Techniques to start…
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