Jenny Saville drawing. Most of her paintings are large nudes, not idealized in any way.

Jenny Saville ‘Study for Pentimenti II’ - this is drawing at its finest - intelligent, exploratory and purposeful, rich with astute observation and fluid markmaking.

Jenny Saville, my observations: their bodies entwine as one creating a persona of one person, fragile to life, portrayed with a young child

Jenny Saville 'Reproduction' two of her current large scale drawings hung in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford alongside works by Masters Titian and michelangelo.

Jenny Saville RA in her Oxford studio, working on a large drawing for her show at Modern Art Oxford.

Jenny Saville RA in her Oxford studio, working on a large drawing for her show at Modern Art Oxford.

Richard Diebenkorn | J.A.D. I. (1966) | Carboncillo sobre papel, adicion

Diebenkorn - J. charcoal on paper, 25 × 19 in.he regularly worked on figure drawing from models; one of his largest bodies of work comprises exhaustively experimental figure drawings.

2010 Reproduction drawing IV (after the Leonardo cartoon) by Jenny Saville

Reproduction drawing IV (after the Leonardo cartoon) – Jenny Saville

JENNY SAVILLE Reproduction drawing IV (after the Leonardo cartoon), 2010 Pencil on paper 89 x 69 inches x cm)

Moisés Mahiques.

Moisés Mahiques.

Georg Baselitz, 1966–1967, charcoal and wash on paper, 24 x 17.

Georg Baselitz, charcoal and wash on paper, 24 x

Edith Rimmington

"Museum" -- 1951 -- Edith Rimmington -- British -- From the exhibition 'Angels of Anarchy: Women Artists & Surrealism' -- Manchester Art Gallery, UK

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