Skip to main content
1 of 8

Howard Tangye
Craig (Nude), Mixed media on Pergamenata parchment


You May Also LikeView All
  • Preparatory anatomical study for the figure of a man with hands on his face.
    Located in Firenze, IT
    Preparatory anatomical study for the figure of a man with hands on his face. Drawing of a medium-sized male nude. From the 19th century Drawing on slightly greyish colored paper. In ...

    Late 19th Century Academic Nude Drawings and Watercolors


    Gesso, Paper, Charcoal, Carbon Pencil

  • Nude Woman Drying Her Hair
    By Raymond Debieve
    Located in London, GB
    'Nude Woman Drying Her Hair', crayon and pencil on fine paper (1967), by Raymond Debiève (1931 - 2011). A shapely woman has just finished bathing and is drying her hair in the privac...

    1960s Modern Nude Paintings


    Paper, Oil Crayon, Graphite

  • Artist Painting Nude Women in Artist Studio - Perhaps Playboy Cartoon
    By Richard Taylor
    Located in Miami, FL
    "Harry has no interest in mundane pleasures." Enter the mind of a mid-century American/ Canadian Artist. The theme of Artist and Model has been used for centuries but Richard Taylor ( R. Taylor ) clearly has his own humorous style. The Taylor girl is easily recognizable with oversized heavy-lidded oval eyes and curvaceous body shapes. Taylor is in the Charles Addams...

    1970s Contemporary Nude Paintings


    Ink, Watercolor, Gouache, Pen

  • The body of a slim young man. 1970s. Marco Silombria signed.
    Located in Firenze, IT
    The body of a slim young man. 1970s. Marco Silombria signed. Marco Silombria, Italian advertising graphic designer, artist and ceramist. charcoal and wax on paper. Signed bottom righ...

    1970s Pop Art Nude Drawings and Watercolors


    Paper, Charcoal, Wax Crayon

  • The Pleiades-Taygete - nude, female, figurative, charcoal and ink on canvas
    By Richard Tosczak
    Located in Bloomfield, ON
    Richard Tosczak creates life size paintings and sketches of his models which he then recreates in bronze. This large scale canvas reflects speed, gesture and the effect of capturing ...

    2010s Contemporary Nude Drawings and Watercolors


    Archival Ink, Watercolor, Canvas, Charcoal, Acrylic Polymer

  • Female Nude Study Charcoal and Red Chalk Drawing by Georges Lucien Guyot
    By Georges Lucien Guyot
    Located in Atlanta, GA
    French artist Georges Lucien Guyot (1885 - 1972) signed this charming woman nude study. This painting features a lovely design of a woman getting out of the bath and wiping with a towel. Only a few lines in charcoal and red chalk or sanguine mark the silhouette and posture and capture the model's expression. The red color emphasizes the color of the skin and imbues the lascivious movement. The sketches of the bath towel are only suggested, but it gives the whole thing a lot of softness and an incredible illusion of movement. Signed on the bottom left corner: Georges Lucien Guyot. The artist used a technique named "sanguine," or red chalk or crayon. The drawing has a blood-red, reddish, or flesh coloration. It has been popular for centuries for drawing employed by 15th and 16th Century artists such as the great masters like Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael. The drawing is ornate with a contemporary wood frame with a red and yellow deep-textured pattern and an off-white matte with acrylic glass protection. Measurements: With Frame: 20.87 in. wide (53 cm) x 28.35 in. high (72 cm) x 1 in. deep (2.5 cm). View alone: 11.44 in. wide (29 cm) x 18.94 in. high (48 cm). About: Georges Lucien Guyot (born December 10, 1885, in Paris, where he died December 31, 1972) is a French artist, sculptor, and painter. From an early age, Georges Guyot showed artistic abilities, but the modest conditions of his parents did not allow him to study art. So he did his apprenticeship with a wood sculptor. Guyot excelled in copying works from the 15th, 16th, and 17th Centuries but rapidly showed an attraction for nature. This attraction led him to the Jardin des Plantes in Paris, where he could study wild animals and translate his observations into sculptures and paintings. A familiar figure of Montmartre, Georges Guyot was the guest of the Bateau-Lavoir from the time of Cubism. In 1931, he joined the group of Twelve, created by François Pompon and Jane Poupelet...

    1930s Art Deco Nude Drawings and Watercolors


    Paper, Chalk, Charcoal, Pencil

Recently Viewed

View All