Seasonal Art and Quick Drawings

We went up to the Met to see ‘The Passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux’ , Ugolino and His Sons is one pieces in the permanent collection, and it was really wonderful to see the development through maquettes. His painting are also eye-opening, as is most of the exhibition. While we were there, we went over to the Japanese section where they are showing seasonal paintings. Here is my favorite, by Tani Bunchō. He painted it 7 days after seeing the scene on the night of mid-autumn of 1817.

Grasses and Moon-1870 by Tani Buncho

Here are some quick poses I did during March, that while not masterpieces, were striking in the dynamics of the poses the models took.

1 minute poses by Whitney

whitney 1 minute poses

Two minute pose by Boris, he was using a pole but it looks like he is swimming. An incredibly hard pose, even for 2 minutes!

boris_1min_swimming

and finally a 5 minute pose that reminded me of Tiepolo

Boris_as_Tiepolo

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~ by scultore on March 30, 2014.

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