Hands, arms, legs and feet

By Schiele, Egon - Study of a hand

By Schiele, Egon – Study of a hand

By Singer Sargent, J. - Studies of feet, arms and hands

By Singer Sargent, J. – Studies of feet, arms and hands

By Rubens - Studies of a curly-haired man holding a staff

By Rubens – Studies of a curly-haired man holding a staff

By Rembrandt - Study of the legs of a seated woman

By Rembrandt – Study of the legs of a seated woman

By Cignani, Carlo - A young wearing a bonnet posing by a wall

By Cignani, Carlo – A young wearing a bonnet posing by a wall

By Boulogne, Louis de - Study of a woman with her left hand on the chest

By Boulogne, Louis de – Study of a woman with her left hand on the chest

By Ingres - Several anatomical studies

By Ingres – Several anatomical studies

By Barocci, Federico - Sketch of a left hand

By Barocci, Federico – Sketch of a left hand

By Hopper, Edward - The artist seen by himself with sketches of his hands

By Hopper, Edward – The artist seen by himself with sketches of his hands

By Ray, Man - Two girls into the shape of a hand

By Ray, Man – Two girls into the shape of a hand

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6 responses to “Hands, arms, legs and feet

  1. Thank you for posting these wonderful drawings Sketchuniverse. I’m charmed and inspired by your selection!

    • You’re welcome dear Suzie. I always thought that your works are between the favourite among the all made by the followers of this blog. Sometimes I visit and check the yours, but I don’t find updates. I’m admirer of the kind of your strokes when you draw. They are very spontaneous, vigorous and sensitive at same time. You may consider me a fan of your sketches. Thanks so much for your comment ❤

  2. Such interesting renderings of simple body parts.

    • Hello Georgia, long time ago I was drawing for a lot of years naked academies from the natural and the conclusion is that the different parts of human body can be motifs with enormous complexity and difficulty drawing. These could be so different not only depending of movements and the personal anatomy of the model, also depending of the direction of the spotlights of the classroom. So when someone have experience in this type of practice, other motifs for draw may be simpler. It was an interesting training. Oh dear, thanks a lot for giving me the chance to explain all that. Have a nice day ❤

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