Detail, 'Thorn' (1989) by Israeli painter Israel Hershberg (b.1948). Pencil on paper, 73 x 58 cm. via the artist's site

Israel Hershberg, Selected Works

Detail, 'Thorn' by Israeli painter Israel Hershberg Pencil on paper, 73 x 58 cm. via the artist's site

Israel Hershberg, Thorn (1989)

Israel Hershberg, Selected Works

“Clupea Sprattus” 1992. Oil on paper mounted on board, 63.2 x 64.7 cm, Israel Hershberg, The Jerusalem Studio School - הסדנא לציור ורישום, ירושלים l Israel's foremost figurative living artist founded & manages a school for artists in Jerusalem

Israel Hershberg, Selected Works

“Clupea Sprattus” Oil on paper mounted on board, x cm, Israel Hershberg, The Jerusalem Studio School - הסדנא לציור ורישום, ירושלים l Israel's foremost figurative living artist founded & manages a school for artists in Jerusalem

Brooks Shane Salzwedel

“Held Up” 2008 x graphite, tape, resin Today I’m admiring the wintry images of Brooks Salzwedel. A graduate of Art Center College of Design, Salzwedel creates his misty images with layers of resin, illustrated with graphite pencils.

Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, Rooftops, 1901, etching http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/mstislav-dobuzhinsky/rooftops-1901

Mstislav Dobuzhinsky ~ Rooftops, 1901 (etching) The composition and use of varied of types of contouring lines are very appealing to me

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