GLOWA and more art by ATomash

GLOWA, 2015
70 x 50 cm (h x w)
2 000 EUR

"GLOWA" is a 70x100 cm image from 2015 by ATomash. The artwork was created using pencil, ink, and pastel techniques. Pencil drawing is a technique that has been used since ancient times and originally used lead, but later used graphite in a wooden casing. Today, different types of pencils can be used to achieve different types of lines. Ink drawing is a technique that uses a nib pen with a steel tip to create lines of varying thickness and intensity. Pastel is a technique that uses colored sticks to create a painting or drawing, that can be in the form of soft, hard, oil-based, water-based, chalk-based, or wax-based. This technique is known for its use in portraiture and has been popular among European artists since the 18th century. The surface used for pastel artworks is generally a smooth and resistant to moisture paper, which can be rice-based or from a technical block or sketchbook. Pastel can also be applied on other surfaces such as drawing paper, glass, or polyester film. Notable artists who used ink and pastel in their work include Albrecht Dürer, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Annibale Carracci, Tintoretto, Vincent van Gogh and Paul Klee.

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