Greek Boy Drawing jGibney The... by jGibney

Greek Boy Drawing jGibney The MUSEUM Zazzle Gifts

This is a charcoal drawing done in Aug, 1966 of a porcelain art object of a Greek Boy. It was my first attempt to draw. With no training and the first time using charcoal, this is the result achieved. Greek Boy Drawing jGibney The MUSEUM Zazzle Gifts
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Wonderfully done for your first charcoal drawing. Great shading and shadowing. Excellent portrait. Take care-Sharon
over 1 year ago
Beautiful first charcoal work. Wonderful work and talent, Nancy
over 1 year
Hi, I'm the administrator for the group Outside Your Comfort Zone, and I'd love you to add this picture to the group.


very good! (accepted)
over 1 year
Nice portrait.
over 1 year
Nice Portrait!
over 1 year
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