Equestrian drawings. Four artists, four technics.
Anne Hansson (Sweden)
Hundreds of study hours and sketching live next to the vault, polo plan or dressage track. In training and in competition. She studies the movement of the horse, sees its personal expression and lets it fit into the picture. Anne Hansson is niched in the horses' movement language.
Martin Rodriguez (Spain)
His passion for horses and his obsession with details have led him to achieve a hyper-realistic work recognized in several countries of the world.
Tianyin Wang (UK)
Tianyin started to develop his unique charcoal drawing technique using a combination of different charcoals to achieve a distinctive look. This unique style is best described as “motion impressionism”. His original drawing style captures the unique character, inspired by nature. Light, dark, loose, tight, still, in motion – these are the key elements Tianyin incorporate in his artwork.
Jesus Arnedo Bedoya (Spain)
Jesus use in his elegant drawings unique technique CONTÉ.
Drawing technique invented in 1795 by Nicolas-Jacques Conté, in the absence of English graphite by the boycott of England to France during the Napoleonic War. It is a mixture of charcoal and binder. It is characterized by the great intensity of blacks and the great difficulty of erasing them.