… and yet achieved so little. That’s just the way things sometimes go at the easel. I’d hauled out a drawing on panel of the blind Saint Hervé and his wolf… this being a subject I’ve been drawn to rather a lot over past few years… but it was all uphill struggle today and so I’m feeling disheartened. I’ll try again tomorrow.
The first Hervé painting I did is not on my website and so I thought I’d post it here, given that the Saint is back up on my easel again. I don’t have a very high resolution image of this and so I fear it won’t enlarge should you click on it. It belongs to my friend Philippa Robbins, which means I get to see it from time to time.
A simpler approach in this study for the painting.
You can see three more Hervé and the Wolf paintings, Furious Embrace, The Blind Boy and his Beast and Leap, here.