The bathers - kelvingrove baby - Sketching Tools - Liz Steel


Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo in November 1882 that he had drawn a portrait of Jozef Blok (F993), a street bookseller who was sometimes called "Binnenhof's outdoor librarian". Unlike the character studies, the work was detailed in pencil with watercolor and chalk. At this time it was rare for Van Gogh to use color, as he found it difficult to work with (see early works of Vincent van Gogh ).


Fast Tools :
– Winsor and Netwon Watercolour Marker (colour: burnt umber)
– Pentel Pocket Brush Pen – great blog post by Roz Stendahl on brush pens is found here .

 · – Lamy Joy pen with a gold nib (once was EF but now more like a F-M in thickness) with De Atramentis Document Ink black – please refer to note below ...


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