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New York-based artist Ian Ingram uses primarily charcoal and pastels to render rich self-portraits filled with details normally almost invis...

New York-based artist Ian Ingram uses primarily charcoal and pastels to render rich self-portraits filled with details normally almost invis.

Ian Ingram

Portraits by Ian Ingram

Ian Ingram - Pierrot 2010 Charcoal, pastel, watercolor and gold leaf, 82 x 51 inches

Jan Gossaert, dit Jean Mabuse (1478-1532) – Autoportrait hypothétique (ca 1520-25) Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, USA

Self-Portrait - Jan Mabuse (c. 1478 – 1 October was the name adopted (from his birthplace, Maubeuge) by the Flemish painter Jan Gossaert

Figure Drawings, Self Portraits, Finals, Drawings Of People, Figure Drawing, Final Exams

Eloy Morales - Edgar #eloymorales #jonathanlevinegallery

From Jonathan LeVine Projects, Eloy Morales, Edgar Pencil and charcoal on paper, 16 × 11 in

Belgium is famous for its artists: Luc Tuymans

The Secretary of State, 2005 by Luc Tuymans. New European Painting.

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Ian Ingram - Of Salt and Faith, Charcoal, pastel, thread on paper, 68 x 42 inches

Ian Ingram New York-based artist Ian Ingram uses primarily charcoal and pastels to render rich self-portraits filled with details normally almost invisible to the human eye. Ingram focuses his energy on the copious details in the skin, rendering the texture of each pore and pockmark. He uses primarily dark tones for his work, allowing the skin’s texture to glisten as if reflecting the sun’s rays at its lowest point just before it sets. While some of the portraits focus on the poignancy of…

Ian Ingram New York-based artist Ian Ingram uses primarily charcoal and pastels to render rich self-portraits filled with details normally almost invisible to the human eye. Ingram focuses his energy on the copious details in the skin, rendering the texture of each pore and pockmark. He uses primarily dark tones for his work, allowing the skin’s texture to glisten as if reflecting the sun’s rays at its lowest point just before it sets. While some of the portraits focus on the poignancy of…

Artodyssey: Pablo Schugurensky

Pablo Schugurensky Born in Catamarca -Argentina in Lives and works in Spain since

Chuck Close: Self-Portrait   If you ever have the chance to see a Chuck Close exhibit, I highly recommend it!  It's breath taking!

Later in his career, chuck close used more color in each of the boxes he used to paint, but this self portrait demonstrates his skills in creating hyper realistic art.

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