Sunday, November 30, 2014

Not the usual stuff

This time I am posting something that I do not do so often. Figurative work and a few charcoal works. The figurative work demanded a controlled approach as opposed to my free flowing approach in landscapes. But the end result was satisfying.

In the charcoal ones I tried to play around with the perspectives to make things interesting. I hope it interests you. :)


And All That You Leave Behind
21 x 13 inch

 
Kolkata - I

Kolkata - II

8 comments:

Carol Blackburn said...

Wonderful painting and charcoal drawings. I see you have no trouble at all doing whatever you wish to do. :)

Studio at the Farm said...

Prabal, I love your foray into figurative work - beautifully done!!! And your charcoal drawings are superb. You capture the feeling of powerful yet soft light so very well.
Kathryn

Katherine Thomas said...

You have such a masterful way of portraying areas of shadow and light so effectively! Wow!

hmuxo said...

Your figurative work is outstanding, Prabal. I really hope you do more of these.. He has such an interesting face...
and love the shadows... the
charcoal paintings are beautifully drawn...Nice work as always!!!

Sandra Busby said...

What a coincidence! I have also just posted a figure drawing, which I rarely ever do and used pastels, which I rarely ever use! I really enjoyed doing something completely different though. Your pieces are beautiful! And the guys beard is almost touchable! And the sense of light... well you are a master at that :0)

Corinne H. said...

J'adore Kolkata 1 ! Le fusain donne beaucoup de mystère à ce travail....

Arti said...

You should definitely do them more often!Lovely work.

Art with Liz said...

Hi Prabal - very interesting play with perspective. Keep pushing the boundaries. And keep doing figure work - this one is fantastic.