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Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
Kallus sketchbook style
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  • 1. Sketchbook: Experimenting with Style Jennifer Kallus MAT 2011
  • 2. Many Artists: More Styles Egon Schiele Oskar Kokoschka George Grosz Richard Diebenkorn Anselm Kiefer me Urban Sketchers
  • 3. Egon Schiele
  • 4. Schiele uses fluid lines
  • 5. Schiele uses fluid lines and gentle shading
  • 6. as well as fast, choppy pencil strokes
  • 7. as well as fast, choppy pencil strokes and dramatic blocks of ink.
  • 8. Oskar Kokoschka
  • 9. Kokoschka works in a flat, cartoon-like style here.
  • 10. He plays with colors, depth, and shading. Here his work is more realistic yet more experimental.
  • 11. George Grosz
  • 12. Grotesque caricatures
  • 13. Grotesque caricatures and subtle watercolors,
  • 14. George Grosz … as well as sensitive landscapes comprise Grosz’ style.
  • 15. Richard Diebenkorn
  • 16. As single fluid lines, Known for altering his style, Diebenkorn depicts his models in a variety of ways.
  • 17. As single fluid lines, with crosshatching, Known for altering his style, Diebenkorn depicts his models in a variety of ways
  • 18. As single fluid lines, with crosshatching, Known for altering his style, Diebenkorn depicts his models in a variety of ways or as large shapes of tone, pattern, and texture.
  • 19. Anselm Kiefer
  • 20. Kiefer uses two very different styles to explore the same visual idea. Bright colored blemishes on a painting
  • 21. Kiefer uses two very different styles to explore the same visual idea. Bright colored blemishes on a painting versus black and white spots on a photograph.
  • 22. me
  • 23. In my own sketchbook, I played with different portrait styles when drawing my friends Phoebe
  • 24. In my own sketchbook, I played with different portrait styles when drawing my friends Alex Phoebe
  • 25. In my own sketchbook, I played with different portrait styles when drawing my friends Alex Phoebe Dimitar
  • 26. and myself.
  • 27. Urban Sketchers
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  • 37. Get inspired by other artists’ styles.
  • 38. sources Egon Schiele Sketchbooks , p. 154, 270, 362, and 369. Erotic Sketches: Oskar Kokoschka , plates 18, 32, and 33. The Sketchbooks of George Grosz , p. 68, 71, and 78. Drawings by Richard Diebenkorn , plates 22, 26, 37, 39, and 45. Anselm Kiefer: Works on Paper in The Metropolitan Museum of Art , p. 39 and 79. “ Art Review; A Painter Unafraid to Change Styles,” Grace Glueck, The New York Times, October 10, 1997. “ An Illustrated Life: Rama Hughes,” Danny Gregory, podcast IL006. My own sketchbook and video of myself drawing. www.urbansketchers.com

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