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These reptile pieces are amazing - both detailed and interesting to look at. I particularly like the texture of the scales. Pointillism in pen and ink: Iguana and Young Caliman by Paul Brady

Alfred Wallis

Ship by Alfred Wallis. St Ives primitive painter (Born in Plymouth, his work heavily influenced that of Ben Nicholson and Christopher Wood when they discovered it).

Engravings of the bones, muscles, and joints, illustrating the first volume of the Anatomy of the Human Body. 2d ed.    London, 1804. Etching. National Library of Medicine.    John Bell  (1763-1820)  [anatomist; artist]    Bell criticized "the subjection of true anatomical drawing to the capricious interference of the artist, whose rule it has too often been to make all beautiful and smooth, leaving no harshness…." His own drawings and etchings are notably harsh.

stranger-than-kindness: Engravings of the bones, muscles, and joints, illustrating the first volume of the Anatomy of the Human Body. National Library of Medicine.

Mary Cassatt

Mary Cassatt Online, Fillette au Grand Chapeau, Oil Paintings Only For Art Lovers! This is a non-profits site and shows all the paintings of Mary Cassatt's art works.

Alfred Wallis was a Cornish fisherman and artist. He painted his seascapes from memory, in large part because the world of sail he knew was being replaced by steamships. Having little money, Wallis improvised with materials, mostly painting on cardboard ripped from packing boxes, he also tore the cardboard to shapes that enhanced the shape of the paintings.

Ives Harbor Alfred Wallis (British, (c. Oil on board, 10 x 12 x cm). Gift of Ben Nicholson. © 2013 Alfred Wallis / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / DACS, London

alfred wallis

'Three Boats and a Lighthouse' by British painter Alfred Wallis Oil on card laid on board, 12 x 15 in. via Offer Waterman

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