Sketching in Charcoal, after Luigi Loir

This post was written by admin on June 28, 2013
Posted Under: free art tutorials,ArtGraphicA News

Luigi Loir was a Parisian artist who primarily captured the Belle Epoch in all its glory. For anybody nostalgic about this period in Paris’ history, Luigi should hold a great deal of appeal.

Occasionally Loir painted scenes from other parts of France. ArtGraphicA has a short exclusive art lesson, that imitates one of Luigi Loir’s oil paintings and attempts to replicate some of the feel, using vine charcoal. One of his signature trademarks, is in using wet rainy settings to draw attention to the street, and all the textures and reflections that exist in such an urban setting. To follow the tutorial, please see: Sketching an Urban Landscape.

skaetching in charcoal

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