Fine Art Studies

November 10, 2009

Study of Michelangelo’s David

(Graphite on Bristle Board)

 

Study of Rembrandt's Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulip

Study of Rembrandt’s “Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulip”

(Colored Pencil on Black Paper)

 

Study of an Engraving of Benjamin Franklin

Study of an Engraving of Benjamin Franklin

(Black and White Charcoal on Gray Paper)

 

Study of Jacques Louis David's "Bonaparte Crossing the Great Saint Bernards Pass"

Study of Jacques Louis David’s “Bonaparte Crossing the Great Saint Bernard Pass”

(Colored Pencil and Marker on White Paper)

 

 

© Edward R. Prather.

Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from Edward R. Prather is strictly prohibited.  Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Edward R. Prather with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

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2 Responses to “Fine Art Studies”

  1. Steve Keller Says:

    Steve P.

    What a wonderful tribute to your talented brother. I am a parishioner of Holy Family and we are blessed to have the Prather family in our parish.

    Merry Christmas to you.

    Steve Keller

  2. Linda and Chan Phillips Says:

    Ed, we looked at all of your art work. You have truly received a gift from God. It was hard to decide but we both picked the very same one as our favorite, Bonaparte.
    Our children have gone to school with your children. You and Jean have raised a beautiful family. May God bless you and your family on this feast of the Holy Family.
    Steve, thanks for publishing this art for the world to enjoy. It is remarkable.
    Linda and Chan


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