Hundreds of hours and years of study: pencil portraits in the style of the Renaissance masters
• Hundreds of hours of work and years of study: pencil portraits in the style of the Renaissance masters
At first glance it seems that this photo, and just seeing how the artist Emanuel Daskanio dorisovyvat taken part in pencil, it becomes clear that we are talking about the paintings in the style of hyper-realism. Well, the art and skill of the artist is really to be envied - for each of the pictures, and they need to see that all is quite considerable size, Daskanio spends up to 780 hours of operation.
Depositio Maddalenae. 100h144 cm paper. Author: Emanuele Dascanio.
Writing pictures Depositio Maddalenae took 780 hours. Author: Emanuele Dascanio.
33-year-old Italian Emanuel Daskanio (Emanuele Dascanio) considers himself a perfectionist. Before you decide to organize their own exhibitions, he spent days and months, endlessly practicing drawing techniques, constantly experimenting for the sake of the desired result. However, the long way teaching was definitely not in vain: Daskanio pictures look so detailed that you can see every hair, every wrinkle or bend the fabric.
Portrait of an old man.
Fortuna et Contingentiae. Charcoal and graphite on paper. 60x50 cm.
Portrait of Monica.
Divina Consonantia. Author: Emanuele Dascanio.
Such comparisons have pushed Daskanio perfect your technique, and he turned to one of the most famous artists of the Italian Gianluca Corona, who taught Daskanio painting with oil paints in the style that was used Renaissance artists. In his black and white works carried carbon and graphite pencils, Daskanio tries to combine the technique of hyper-realism and style of works of the Renaissance masters.
Libertas. Author: Emanuele Dascanio.
Agata. Author: Emanuele Dascanio.
Emanuel Daskani during operation.