Wednesday, 1 June 2011
The Singer (in red)
(Above) The Singer (in red)
14.5cm x 18cm
Mixed media (Faber Castel Albrecht Durer watercolour crayons, Windsor & Newton inks, Caran d'Ache Neocolour II water-soluble wax crayons) on 100% cotton rag, acid-free paper (200g).
I often research images on the Internet, which can lead to some wonderful discoveries. So it was yesterday when I came across the French painter Jacqueline Marval (1866 - 1932). If like me you are a fan of Marie Laurencin's work or indeed of Kees van Dongen, you'll probably enjoy Marval's art. There is a site dedicated to her work at www.jacqueline-marval.com
(Below) A self portrait by French artist Jacqueline Marval.
(Below) Jacqueline Marval (1866 - 1932)
Posted by Hannah Barnes at 04:48