Artist's description:

A study of Eugene Delacroix's painting of The Women of Algiers in charcoal and white oil pastel. This image is drawn observing his use of light and shadow, exploring the tonal values in black and white and its composition and the idea of how men in the past saw their female 'subjects/ objects'. I am exploring the patriarchal elements within art works and the entropy of images, through the erasure of the boundary line, leading to a fluidity between images and form, exploring the inter-connective reality of life. Delacroix is an artist I return back to, being one of a few artist's I refer back to and explore their works.

Materials used:

Charcoal, Oil Pastel, Turpentine, Linseed Oil, Norfolk Paper Stock.

The Women of Algiers (2015)


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