Fountain Court, Middle Temple, circa. 1960, by Feliks Topolski.
Topolski’s Chronicles contain over 2300 drawings, depicting his interpretation of the many current affairs of the time.
A renowned portrait artist, he used tangled dynamic lines to bluntly portray his models, at times in an almost caricatural manner. Drawing was his expression of choice. He usually worked with pencils, crayons, and ink, drawing using a thick entanglement of lines, which made up exquisitely characterised personalities and scenes. He always drew his works on the run, quickly and on-site and he never redrew them. Thus, they can be treated as quick, seemingly chaotic, yet always clever and authentic notes.
Actual product may vary in colour and size due to photographic lightening or your monitor settings.
Dimensions (In Inches) :
9.64" x 13.97
Framing Suggestions :
A white mount of 2"-4" and a thick black/brown wooden frame