Thursday, 9 December 2010

same composition in three different styles





The same composition had to be made as in impresionism, as cubism and suprematism, so I chose these ways to make the exercise out of these sketches I invented. and using the colours as in a painting of Juan Gris and Olga Rozanova's Non-Objective Composition (Suprematism).

6 comments:

lesliepaints said...

What a cool study! They are each, drastically different! I might have been able to come up with two, but three? I think not. God job!

lesliepaints said...

What a cool study! They are each, drastically different! I might have been able to come up with two, but three? I think not. God job!

dibujandoarte said...

Thank yo so much Leslie! In fact is really amazing to make one's own composition in different styles, rather than making you copy paintings (some teaches unfortunately do!)I enjoyed doing these. Thanks for visiting!!

caseytoussaint said...

Martin, what an excellent job - you've really made something completely different out of the same composition. I am really impresed. You make me want to try the same thing!

Alison said...

A great exercise to do - I like the style of the middle one best but I think the colour on the last one is more successful.

dibujandoarte said...

Thanks Casey and Alison, I'm so glad you like this exercise. You should try!! Alison, I think exactly the same. Thank you both!!

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