Diana Probst, Cambridge Artist

Sold! Watercolour Notebook

This week I sold my portrait notebook, an unfinished Moleskine of the smallest size. I had restricted it to facial studies and life-drawing sketches, and I had some good feedback along with the sale. From now on I will be

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Sold! Watercolour Notebook

This week I sold my portrait notebook, an unfinished Moleskine of the smallest size. I had restricted it to facial studies and life-drawing sketches, and I had some good feedback along with the sale. From now on I will be

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Watercolour Update

Of late, I have been watercolouring away, and here are a few of the highlights.

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Watercolour Update

Of late, I have been watercolouring away, and here are a few of the highlights.

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Ballet Dancers

These are quick impressions of ballet dancers, in part inspired by Degas. The colour choice was dictated by the palette I was using at the time. Background is pure Paynes Grey. Shown in the order in which they were painted;

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Ballet Dancers

These are quick impressions of ballet dancers, in part inspired by Degas. The colour choice was dictated by the palette I was using at the time. Background is pure Paynes Grey. Shown in the order in which they were painted;

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Sketching at the Sidgewick

I have the good fortune to live close to a museum of casts, some of which are valuable antiques in their own right. Casts do not move, and it is easy to select one with an interesting pose or anatomy

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Sketching at the Sidgewick

I have the good fortune to live close to a museum of casts, some of which are valuable antiques in their own right. Casts do not move, and it is easy to select one with an interesting pose or anatomy

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Lady in a Landscape: Day 1

I really really admire the high classical era, in which it seemed that the ideal of a painter was to make something look like life, but a little bit better. This year I am hoping to have a show with

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Lady in a Landscape: Day 1

I really really admire the high classical era, in which it seemed that the ideal of a painter was to make something look like life, but a little bit better. This year I am hoping to have a show with

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