Hair

By Larsson, Carl - The headdress of the girl of the braids

By Larsson, Carl – The headdress of the girl of the braids

By Picasso- A bearded man

By Picasso- A bearded man

By Munch - The blonde long haired girl with a peignoir

By Munch – The blonde long haired girl with a peignoir

By Hogarth, William - Sketch of people's grooming on the begin of the day

By Hogarth, William – Sketch of people’s grooming on the begin of the day

By Goyo, Hashiguchi - Untitled

By Goyo, Hashiguchi – Untitled

By Degas - Study after Botticelli of The Birth of Venus

By Degas – Study after Botticelli of The Birth of Venus

By Grosz, G. - A guy with afro hair

By Grosz, G. – A guy with afro hair

By Kirchner - A woman arranging her hair

By Kirchner – A woman arranging her hair

By Modersohn-Becker, Paula - A redhead in front of a doorstep

By Modersohn-Becker, Paula – A redhead in front of a doorstep

Da Vinci - Study of a curly hair for a depiction of Jesus

Da Vinci – Study of a curly hair for a depiction of Jesus

By Rossetti, Dante C. G. - Head of a girl

By Rossetti, Dante C. G. – Head of a girl

By Beardsley, Aubrey - The toilet of Salome

By Beardsley, Aubrey – The toilet of Salome

By Toulouse-Lautrec - A woman prepares her coiffure

By Toulouse-Lautrec – A woman prepares her coiffure

By Helleu, Paul César - A woman poses with her chignon

By Helleu, Paul César – A woman poses with her chignon

By Klimt - The hair of a woman profile

By Klimt – The hair of a woman profile

By unknown french author - Parisian fashion with a boat-hat inspired by Marie Antoinette

By unknown french author – Parisian fashion with a boat-hat inspired by Marie Antoinette

By Gauguin - Sketches of tahitian heads

By Gauguin – Sketches of tahitian heads

By Alma-Tadema, L. - Studies of coiffure after several sculptors' works

By Alma-Tadema, L. – Studies of coiffure after several sculptors’ works

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4 responses to “Hair

  1. What a wonderful selection, thank you.
    I really like the Da Vinci and the Klimt – but top marks have to go to the Boat Hat Hair!

    • Of course! To wear the heavy Navy on her head, should merit the maximum points. This fashion is not recommended to travel into not convertible cars. Thanks for your kind comment and hugs, Francesca.

  2. i really like the picture by Kirchner because it’s so simple! love how people can draw with so little brush marks! Xx

    • Hi Lea, first of all, thanks a lot, for your stop and comment on Sketchuniverse. I’m glad to agree about Kirchner. During a lot of years he was one of the most admired artists by me. As a good expressionist he proved the wonderful results when he let his feelings flow trhough the gesture and stroke. Not much centuries ago people would say that this artist don’t know to draw. However I think this work was made with charcoal stick but it doesn’t matter, because with a brush the artist would seek similar sensations, this was more important for him that the results in itself. I liked so much your comment, have a nice day and see you soon!

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