Diana Probst, Cambridge Artist

Sketch January 2

Further adventures of Sketch January, including an earring I had not realised I had drawn. Once I get into the habit, it gets easier. The faces and backs are people I know, at the pub. The still life with light

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Sketch January 2

Further adventures of Sketch January, including an earring I had not realised I had drawn. Once I get into the habit, it gets easier. The faces and backs are people I know, at the pub. The still life with light

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Sketch January

Over January, I decided to sketch once a day. I have fallen out of the habit of using my sketchbook to remind me of views, and there are far too many pages that are just notes. Here are a few

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Sketch January

Over January, I decided to sketch once a day. I have fallen out of the habit of using my sketchbook to remind me of views, and there are far too many pages that are just notes. Here are a few

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Edward the Cat

Edward is a cat well known to me through pictures, and his owner had been pondering a commission for a while. She finally asked me to draw him rather than paint him, as I was coming up to Christmas and

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Edward the Cat

Edward is a cat well known to me through pictures, and his owner had been pondering a commission for a while. She finally asked me to draw him rather than paint him, as I was coming up to Christmas and

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Methods of Portraiture

I recently persuaded a friend to sit for me for several days while I tried out painting techniques. She was writing, which meant she had her eyes down, but she was still enough that I could get a good likeness

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Methods of Portraiture

I recently persuaded a friend to sit for me for several days while I tried out painting techniques. She was writing, which meant she had her eyes down, but she was still enough that I could get a good likeness

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Thumbnails: Watercolour Sketchbook

Thumbnails are linked to larger pictures:

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Thumbnails: Watercolour Sketchbook

Thumbnails are linked to larger pictures:

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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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