Jean Michel Schiele

This is Van der zee's portrait of Basquiate drawn in an Egon Schiele style. So it's actually drawn in 4 perspectives... Mine, Schiele, van der zee, and Basquiate as he models for this photo. It is also done in a mixed media of charcoal, graphite, and digital. I believe the styles mesh beautifully.

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Comment by Barbara Souder on October 18, 2014 at 4:17am

Justin, you’re very talented and insightful with a great eye and hand.  You’ve done some great work.  I especially like your 4 perspective approach on the Basquiat.  You might add Alice Neel as she painted Andy Warhol.  There is an energetic likeness – a comparison you should be flattered by.  She’s a great painter. 

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