Untitled 2011 (Artist?)  Could interpret for a black/white portrait drawing with beginners... contour plus pattern... love the close up... glue on black paper background/border

line portrait ex Untitled 2011 (Artist?) Could interpret for a black/white portrait drawing with beginners. contour plus pattern. love the close up. glue on black paper background/border

Judy Wise, a wonderful mixed media & encaustic artist, cut this stencil from a photo of her family. Fantastic!

"Judy Wise, a wonderful mixed media & encaustic artist, cut this stencil from a photo of her family." Great way to use a layer to a stencil.

Hand Study / Drawing on Various Papers w/ Mixed Media - Conway High School Art Project

(Hand Study / Drawing on Various Papers w/ Mixed Media - Conway High School Art Project) Strength in unity

This poster is again catered to women to help in the factories. They are sending the message that "if you are working, you are an asset to the victory of the war. The American colours make this poster all the more patriotic representing dominant ideologies about American society and war.

We can do it: 14 posters of women who worked for the war effort

Anon Change Over to a Victory Job propaganda poster Nd © Australian War Memorial

Cross-hatching is a rather rare drawing technique nowadays. However this is a well-known style due to works of such artists as Albrecht Dürer, Gustave Doré, John Tenniel, Rembrandt, Leonardo da Vinci. Igor Lukyanov is a Ukrainian artist who tries to follow the cross-hatching traditions of thos

Cross-Hatching Drawings by Igor Lukyanov : " Cross-hatching is a rather rare drawing technique nowadays.

"Women in Britain come into the factories. Ask at any employment exchange for advice and full details." Published in 1941 by the British Ministry of Information. Artwork by Donald Zec. - WWII propaganda poster Great Britain (UK), women war workers

Art style more reminiscent of US rather than UK - even Soviet to a degree. ("World War Two poster calling for female factory workers. Published in 1941 by the British Ministry of Information. Artwork by Donald Zec")

Käthe Kollwitz (8 July 1867 – 22 April 1945) was a German painter, printmaker, and sculptor whose work offered an eloquent and often searing account of the human condition, and the tragedy of war, in the first half of the 20th century. Her empathy for the less fortunate, expressed most famously through the graphic means of drawing, etching, lithography, and woodcut, embraced the victims of poverty, hunger, and war.[1][2]

Käthe Kollwitz July 1867 – 22 April was a German painter, printmaker…

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