Waterhouse: An online portrait drawing session

Lydia Cecil

Lydia Cecil takes us through a mastercopy of a classic Waterhouse red and black chalk drawing, using a sanguine drawing pencil and a charcoal pencil. Look into the subtle drawing style he used for the preparatory studies that became portraits in their own right, all in the context of the late Pre-Raphaelite Movement.
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