Though she also paints landscape and still life subjects, South African artist Natalie Hirschman finds her primary inspiration in figures and portraits.
These are portrayed against rough, textural backgrounds. Hirschman’s use of lost and found edges allows her subjects to both be set off by their backgrounds and blend with them, giving her compositions a sense of unity and wholeness.
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I am a Chinese painter. I have been drawing for over 30 years,especially landscape paintings and flower-bird drawings. My drawings have been exhibited all over the country and be collected by many countries. Now I want to distribute my drawings to every country. If you have any interest in my paintings and drawings, I will show you the images. Also can mail the paper paintings and drawings to you by airmail. It is free of charge. One drawing for one person.
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