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Hogarth and drawing

Last week I finished a course on Hogarth which I did at the Prince’s (recently renamed Royal) Drawing School. I loved it. We saw prints and drawings by Hogarth at Tate Britain, the National Gallery, Hogarth’s House, the Draper’s Hall and also went to Somerset House and Westfield (!) and drew from them. Westfield as it is…
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National Gallery

At the moment I am spending Tuesdays drawing in the National Gallery – a course run by the Princes Drawing School. Last Tuesday I sat in front of paintings by Rogier van der Weyden, Hans Memling and a painting attributed to Durer. This is my rendition of Rogier van der Weyden’s The Magdalen Reading –…
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