Just one of my favorite forms of art: monochromatic charcoal drawings. by: aaron westerberg
Belena by Aaron Westerberg I love how the hair completely transforms into the background.
Aaron Westerberg is a native Californian who grew up in San Diego. Aaron was interested in many things until he took a class in traditional life-drawing. Drawing became his focus and he studied at the California Art Institute for two years.
Aaron Westerberg: "Belena" Private Collection Los Angeles, Ca
Aaron Westerberg is one of Southern California's los angeles' artists. He features figuratives, still lifes, and landscapes, and demonstrates in both pencil drawing as well as painting.
monotone palette, think of rembrant Aaron Westerberg
Kai Fine Art is an art website, shows painting and illustration works all over the world.
"Painting instructors often ask students to consider two important relationships between the colors squeezed out on their palettes: value an.
The history of photography has roots in remote antiquity with the discovery of the principle of the camera obscura (a dark room) and the obs.
Self-portrait of Robert Cornelius, October or November This self-portrait is the first photographic portrait of a human being ever produced. It is an approximate quarter plate daguerreotype. The back reads “the first light picture ever taken.
The first selfie made by American photography pioneer (I'll get his name real soon. it was the first successful image of a person. I remembered: Robert Cornelius, 1809 - The read about him on Wikipedia is great!
The original selfie - 1839 This picture of Robert Cornelius is considered by many to be the first photographic portrait. Cornelius took this photo in Philadelphia in the back of his family store, sometime during 1839.
"Robert Cornelius Quarter-plate daguerreotype, taken in the yard of the Cornelius family's lamp-making business in Philadelphia, is said to be the earliest photographic portrait of a person.
Le premier selfie date de 1839 le premier selfie 1839 robert cornelius
The first photographic portrait image of a human ever produced … Robert Cornelius … head and shoulders (self-portrait), facing front, with arms crossed … 1939 … Robert Cornelius American, pioneer of photography and lamp manufacturer …