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A transcriptive version, still in progress, of Caspar David Friedrich's desolate The Abbey in the Oak Forest, 1809-10 (The National Gallery, Berlin).
It uses these tube scribbles, which were also used for this proto-landscape, and at this stage you see the faint trace of the Friedrich behind it.
Posted at 09:40 AM in Art, architecture, books, Rodcorp's Art | Permalink
I think it's rather lovely...
I would like to make robot insect pens that scurry around leaving marks everywhere
David Tarbox |
July 27, 2004 at 10:31 AM
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