Tuscan Order after Vignola

Durring this past year studying at the Beaux-Art Atelier we studied the different characters of the Tuscan Order.  The orders of classical architecture as described by Vitruvius, Vignola, Palladio, Serlio, and Gibbs were studied and drawn to compare the differences and similarities of the sculptural qualities of the Tuscan order. Red Calk on Paper 18″ x 24″

Drawing at the MET

For our first day of classes we had gone to the MET to see the exabition of Living in Style, Five Centuries of Interior Design from the Collection of Drawing and Prints.  We were given around two hours to do a sketch of one or some of the prints.  This is a rather crude sketch…

Perspective Study

1-point perspective construct Study of Lord Frederick Leighton’s “nausicaa” 24″ x 18″ Pencil on Vellum Property of the Artist