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Their brushwork is thin-skinned, and there is much else going on: thin lines often border these fields or cut through them.
A lot of trim means a lot of brushwork — and edges into the realm of professionals. •
Bush now commands a style, generic but efficient, of thick, summary brushwork that aims to capture expression as well as physiognomy.
But there is a flatness to the image, a stark outlining of the figures, a disappearance of Gauguin's earlier, feathery brushwork.
The hard-edged motifs run to cruciforms and oblongs, variously textured with brushwork, crushed glass, and powdered rust.
His style reminds me a little of Calvin & Hobbes, particularly during Calvin’s jaunts into the imaginary: a lot of bold, messy brushwork and monsters that are half-scary, half-funny.
Smaller incidents of brushwork are overtly like calligraphy.
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