This is a copy done (left) this morning in charcoal pencil of Terror or Fright by Charles Le Brun the 17th century French painter and theorist on character and expression. Copying certainly makes you realise how great the ancients were at rendering and how immaculate their line work was.
(Could this be Scorpio!)
A few ink drawings of London street scenes I made in the nineties.
Top, looking down on South Ken tube station with Battersea power station in the background. Middle, A butcher shop in the city. Bottom, an alleyway in St. James.
Drawing my hand with Conté crayon and an idea for a poster…
Trees by a stream in a Wareham wood.
Copy of the Mountains of Auvergne by Paul Huet. 1831-33.