Revealing only enough, this drawing from the National Portrait Gallery of London of a 19th-century Queen Victoria sculpture by Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey, this drawing is an exploration in the Sfumato technique ("to vanish by smoke"), founded by Leonardo da Vinci, a drawing without edges or hard lines.
- Vine charcoal
- 12 x 18 in
- Ships with Certificate of Authenticity
- Signed by artist
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