Essayer: Trying out. From which comes the English word "essay."
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Wish I could draw like thatReplyDelete
Wonderful! I have to agree with Bill.ReplyDelete
I wish too. He is awesome!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous photo Deb. I love seeing artists at work, it's so fascinating, and interesting to see grand old art inspiring new art so directly.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous study of a young artist. I have fond memories of watching young artists sketching in the Louvre. This is lovely!ReplyDelete
That's very good for learning ! I love to paint too !ReplyDelete
I love watching artists copy the masters ... I feel as though I have traveled back to the time of the grand Salon.ReplyDelete
Musée du Louvre wonderful, lovely!ReplyDelete
His drawing looks pretty intricate. I'm impressed. Love this painting and of course, the Louvre. Thanks for playing along with Dreaming of France. Here’s my Dreaming of France memeReplyDelete
I'm so impressed by anyone who can draw/paint. My sister was a gifted painter.ReplyDelete
I can't draw as well as most but yes I did do my shoes. Nice of you to drop by.ReplyDelete
Oh...so there's where the word essay comes from.ReplyDelete
wow! that is amazingReplyDelete
What a lovely shot !! He is a brilliant at drawing..ReplyDelete
I remember all the artists in the French museums trying their hand at "copying" the masters. And, I have a copy of Eight Hundred Grapes which seems to be the IT book of the summer; looking forward to reading it, although I'm not usually a fan of what's popular. ;)ReplyDelete
What an interesting photo! It seems to beg the viewer to climb into a story about what the essayer is doing.ReplyDelete
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That must take some talent to pull that off. Its way beyond my drawing skills.ReplyDelete
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The pencil drawing looks beautiful.ReplyDelete
Wow, I would never be able to do that :)ReplyDelete
- Linking over from Saturday Snapshots
Very interesting photo, I really like it and that artist's drawing skills look pretty amazing!ReplyDelete
What a great idea for a photo. Love the peeking into someone else's life,ReplyDelete