Lines and Colors art blog

Eye Candy for today: Ingle watercolor

Still Life with Brass Candlestick, John Stuart Ingle
Still Life with Brass Candlestick, John Stuart Ingle — watercolor on paper, 29×42″ (75x107cm).

A beautiful bit of watercolor realism by contemporary American artist John Stuart Ingle.

In the Metropolitan Museum of Art, use the Fullscreen link and zoom or download arrow.


Comments

4 responses to “Eye Candy for today: Ingle watercolor”

  1. WOW! ! ! Just . . . WOW! ! ! Watercolor? ? ? The texture in the fruit, the pattern in the tile, the faint pattern on the napkin? WOW!

  2. I agree with Sherrill. Thanks, Charley!
    Please, do not miss reading his obituary in the StarTribune by Laurie Blake, that is updated on November 8, 2010
    http://www.startribune.com/obituaries/106862423.html
    John Camp’s book, The Eye and the Heart: Watercolors of John Stuart Ingle [Hardcover]
    is a must-have/essential. It contains 32 reproduced watercolours and more.
    http://www.amazon.com/The-Eye-Heart-Watercolors-Stuart/dp/0847808882

  3. ISBN for The eye and the heart by Pulitzer Prize winner John Camp aka John Sandford is
    The Eye and the Heart (1988) ISBN 0-8478-0888-2
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Sandford_(novelist)
    What a treat!

  4. Reavenk Avatar
    Reavenk

    That’s the most realistic and seamless watercolor I’ve ever seen. I especially like grout and the texture on the knife.