ART: Drawings & Illustrations
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"Still Life with White Heart" Laura SHECHTER Drawing Contemporary realist Laura Shechter practices her meticulous drawing technique in graphite and also in silverpoint. In this new graphite work "Still Life with White Heart" the artist builds the shapes with a slow, repetitive layering of strokes. Laura Shechter is represented in museums including: Albright Knox Gallery (Buffalo, NY), National Museum of American Art (Washington, DC) and Art Institute of Chicago. Visit Laura Shechter's Brooklyn studio. View more Laura Shechter works for sale at Biddington's. 
Sigmund ABELES "Mother and Child" Drawing Expressive realist Sigmund Abeles captures the intimacy of a mother and newborn baby in this delicate drawing entitled "Max & Mom". Visit the studio of Sigmund Abelesfor moreinformation about this artist who is represented in more than 100 major public collections including: Metropolitan Museum of Art, RISD Museum of Art, San Diego Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum(UK), Arkansas Art Center and Cleveland Museum of Art. View more Abeles baby and mother & child works. Buyer pays shipping and insurance. 
Realist Drawing "Glass of Water" BILL MURPHY Contemporary realist artist Bill Murphy is known for the quality of his draughtsmanship. His ability to layer space & compose tightly is wonderfully apparent in this drawing. To learn more about this artist who is represented in major collections includingNew York Public Library and Westinghouse Corp., visit Bill Murphy's Staten Island studio. View more works by Bill Murphy. 
Diane CHURCHILL "Red/Gold #7" Work on Paper Since visit to Turkey in the late 1990's, Diane Churchill's art has been influenced by the opulent colors of the East and by imagery from matriarchal cultures rich with goddess representations. In her 2001-2002 series of paintings on paper, Church ill has become increasingly abstract exploring the shimmering colors and rich textures of Asia but with less specific historical references. "Red/Gold #7" includes calligraphic elements and painted forms on, and within, gold-red space. Visit Diane Churchill in her studio. View more Diane Churchill paintings offered for sale. 
Drawing "Palm Tree" Joan Berg VICTOR Meticulous drawing from nature is artist/illustrator Joan Berg Victor's specialty. This portrait of a palm tree captures the vitality and gesture of this subject. For a detail view of this drawing, see studio visit with Joan Berg Victor. View more Joan Berg Victor drawings. 
Gary SLIPPER Ink Drawing "Spider Woman" This ink and pencil drawing "House of the Spider Woman" shows fantasy painter Gary Slipper's interest in myth and mystery. It also shows the superb technical ability which--combined with Slipper's innate mysticism--has made him a significant presen ce in the contemporary Latin American art scene. Please email or phone Biddington's (212 838 3572 Mon-Fri 9-5 EST) for more information on this drawing or about the artist. Buyer pays shipping and insurance from Mexico on this work. Visit Slipper's San Miguel de Allende studio. View additional paintings, drawings & prints by Gary Slipper. 
Bill MURPHY Large-scale Figure Drawing "All" Contemporary realist artist Bill Murphy's large drawing "All & Everything" is usual in its scale and complexity. In this work Murphy weaves together images of vanitas, beauty and time. Please email or phone Biddingtons (212 838 3572 9-5 EST Mon-Fr i) for detail images of this work. Buyer pays shipping and insurance on this framed drawing. To learn more about the artist whose work is included in major collections including New York Public Library and Westinghouse Corp., visit Bill Murphy's Staten Island studio. View more Bill Murphy artworks. 
Nancy AZARA Collage and Rubbing "Doorway" "Doorway" is a mixed-media rubbing/drawing/collage by noted sculptor and founding member of the feminist art movement Nancy Azara. The source of the rubbing is Azara's wooden sculpture panels. The rubbing is produced before the panels are painted. It then takes on a life of its own with the addition of more drawing and collage. To learn more about Azara whose one-person exhibitions have been reviewed by New York Times, Art Forum, Art in America and The Wall Street Journal, visit Nancy Azara's studio.