Posts Tagged With black ink

Aubrey Beardsley: The Climax

The project that I chose to do by Aubrey Beardsley is “The Climax”. The Climax is an 1893 pen and ink illustration. Beardsley’s style was influenced by Japanese woodcuts, but instead of doing it on wood he did it on paper making it slightly different.  This depicts a scene from Oscar Wilde’s play Salome, in…

Walter Dexel

This piece was done with tempera paint and black ink, titled “Bandwerk Open,” and was created later in Walter Dexel’s artistic career. The piece lived in the Kestner-Gesellschaft Hanover exhibition in 1974 to display some of Walter Dexel’s work, until bought for $33,825 by an unidentified buyer. This piece highlights Dexter’s ability to illustrate simple…