Paper, ink, nib pen, 52x50 cm, 1979 /// Kārlis Dobrājs (1943) is one of the classics of Latvian painting. His style is characterized by the quality of the academic drawing, the emphasis placed on form and volume of the depicted objects. In his career the artist has also created works in manual graphics technique and has won several art awards. In his graphic series he has captured landscapes from places where he once went for plein air sessions. One of these artists’ plein air trip was to Bulgaria in the late 1970s. The drawing ins created in the ink technique in which masterfully observed the harmony of black and white areas, volume modelled with the use of light and shades. The artist’s signature in two places on the lower right side, title on the lower left side, but dating on centre.
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