No, don’t think it’s photographic. These are shocking realistic pencil drawings. If you think that all the pictures in this article are photographs, then we forgive you and assure you that they are not. Each of them is an amazing combination of black and white colors, their halftones, made with an ordinary pencil.
Of the sales, the “Triptych inspired by the Oresteia of Aeschylus” (1981) by Francis Bacon stood out, for which more than 84.55 million dollars were paid. The multi-million dollar sale of Bacon’s work was to be expected for several reasons. First, the work had not been on the market since 1987, when it was acquired by a prominent Norwegian businessman and collector.
This may seem like an article for connoisseurs but I’m sure it can reserve pleasant surprises even for those who are not interested in technical design. On the other hand, axonometry is not only a mode of representation for architectural projects but also a form of visual language.
Photos are a summary of our lives and reflect our memories instantly. A memory we take at that moment remains with us forever and becomes immortal. That’s why photo is life.
The family drawing test is one of the best known childhood affection tests. It evaluates the way in which the child or adolescent perceives the relationships of the environment closest to him. It is an easy way to detect the quality of bonds, communication and the way children construct their reality starting from their family relationships.
At the end of the 19th century, in the years when the fashion for photographic portraits spread, the great Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) stubbornly defended the pictorial portrait, arguing that
Yet “accidental” simply means unexpected, accidental. Because it is precisely that perspective that is obtained when one stands in front of the scene without paying attention to placing the perspective picture parallel to the front wall.
While the artist is doing his work, he probably thinks something and reflects this idea to his work, but we, who follow this, add our own interpretations and this brings art to a multiple universe, each audience adds something from himself and gives meaning.