By Morisot, Berthe – Blond girl sitting on a terrace
By Hockney – Margaret reads
By Léger – Unknown title
By Seurat – Reader
By Bernini – Girl reading
By Balthus – Reader on the armchair
By John White Alexander – A lying gentleman reads
By Pisanello – A young man leaning forward and reading
By Hockney – Unknown title
By Lippi, Filippino – A man wearing a tunic reads
By Helleu – A reader on a divan
By Harden, John – Two women looking at a book
By Marquet – Naked girl with a book
By Seurat – Unknown title
By Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo – Man browsing a book
By Bacon – Reader on the floor
By Rossetti, Dante C. G.- Unknown title
By Hockney – A gentleman with his left hand on a book
By Cassatt, Mary – A woman sewing beside another that reads
By Balthus – Girl reading on a chair with her right leg bent
By Singer Sargent, J.- Seated woman with a book
By myself – A drawing classmate, reads during a break
Filed under reading drawing painting or writing
Tagged as blond, book, break, browsing, classmate, divan, gentleman, reader, sewing, terrace, tunic, young
7 responses to “Reading”
Your sketches are beautiful!
These are possible because of comments like yours. Thanks a lot, and have a nice day!
What a great collection! And I like your personal one very much. I like that it gives the essence of reading but not too much detail, as if she is partially disappeared into the story …
Oh! You really have discovered what I often feel in front the motif I draw. I realize too much details to gather on a simple paper and I only resign myself arranging the lines of my pencil and avoid its caos. Thanks a lot for your comment and have a nice day!
Great collection of readers. And your reader very much!
I don’t remember the name of this classmate. But after a lot of years I recognize that she posed very well.