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Commissioned by Vicente Joaquín Osorio Moscoso y Guzmán (1756–1816), 11th conde de Altamira and marqués de Astorga; by descent to Vicente Pío Osorio de Moscoso Ponce de León (1801–1864), conde de Altamira; by descent to his daughter, María Rosalía Luisa, duquesa de Baena, until ca.1870; marqués de Corvera, Madrid, 1900; Léopold Goldschmidt, Paris, ca.1903; Count Pastré, Paris; [F. Kleinberger Galleries, Paris, ca. 1910]; acquired by Philip Lehman from Kleinberger in October 1911. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
They shoot horses don’t they This section displays the works I produced during my stay in Melbourne, at the Wardlow Art Residency ++ Long time no see, a limited edition book/catalogue was also produced:Constructed as a pictorial diary on my australian journey, it was conceived in close collaboration with the folks from South-SouthWest , a Melbourne based graphic designer studio.The book features an interview holds by painter Sam Leach ++ A review by Tony Lloyd at artinfo.com.au & a bunch of informations and a video interview at artinfo.com.au Paintingpainting#24 200×150cm oil on canvas 2009 paintingpainting#26
It’s hard to belive but all these beautiful pictures are not photos but pencil drawings. The author of such unbelievable art is 38-year-old graphic artist from Hong Kong Paul Lung . 0.5 mm technical pencil and A2 paper are the only attributes of these masterpieces. He doesn’t use eraser and spends up to 60 hours sketching out his pictures. As he often admits people do not belive him and he has to make videos of his work to prove that these art works are not photographs. Check these beautiful artworks by yourself. UPDATE: Due to the increasing number of comments from our readers who doubt in real belonging of these images to the works of Paul Lung – we’ve contacted with author of these art works.