Congrats on DRAWN too, by the way!
Can we take requests?????Heh.How bout a Leyendecker Style Limbolo piece???^_^
I hope someday you´ll draw Le Chien Andalou also....Yesterday I´ve shown you art to some Argentinean colleagues and they loved it. Stay well, Limbolo.
Matt,Thanks, yes, suddenly there were all these people out there.JJ,I love Leyendecker - I see you've mentioned him on your blog. You're fortunate to get close up to his work. In Europe he's not a well known figure. I honour him as one of the great masters of American illustration and I hope I've learned some lessons from him but I don't plan on doing any pastiches.Oscar,The Andalusian dog...Hmmm... Interesting.Thanks for the Argentinian exposure. There is more to come from the Navaraise bull.I must be off: Alan Yentob has a program on HOLBEIN in 5 minutes.
I like it (as usual !)
Is it a detail of a bigger painting Limbolo? J'aime Beaucoup.
Hi Neil! It reminded me of your your Egypt series of work, I truly loved it. Beautiful use of shapes and light ! I wish I could see your process someday. Maybe a flash movie or something similar...
i always love your work is amazing the lights shadows really beautiful
Cali, Stef, Jenja, Karla,Good evening and thanks.Jenja,The egyptian series was based on the art of AKHENATEN's court and culture. I find these links and benchmarks in history very fascinating.This image is part of a larger picture in the 'Navaraise Bull' series I am working on. The costume of the youth is accurate - I hope - to the XIVth.C. It is based on paintings from the kingdom of Navarre which depict primitive corridas in a region which is now split between Spain and France.
gorgeous, love the composition!! simple yet so elegant and dynamic.
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