Draped figure, print on paper
As I worked on the drawing of another statue at the museum in Rhodes, the guards told me about this one. This statue was a very important piece, they explained due to the depiction of the figure’s drapery. They were quite insistent that I should draw this statue next and even brought me a chair! That is above and beyond in my opinion.
This drawing was featured in the literary publication “Fones” Hellenic Voices volume 1 number 1
This print is made with Canon Lucia inks known for its superior archival quality and an expansive color range. It is printed on Moab's Somerset Enhanced Velvet paper, milled by the St. Cuthbert’s Mill in Somerset, England. Made of acid free, 100% cotton this natural white, has a slightly textured surface.