Monochrome Sepia Paintings
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Her serene expression is sculpted out of oil paint and charcoal, in shadowy tones of navy blue and stormy cerulean. Her form is expertly captured with just a few strokes of charcoal and paint. A close-up detail of a larger painting by Anna Razumovskaya.
Loose and expressively drawn charcoal figures are highlighted by light tones of periwinkle blue, hints of purple, and small dashes of contrasting golden yellow. In this powerful painting of feminine beauty, soothing shades of charcoal blend with oil paints on canvas. Anna Razumovskaya masterfully textures this painting, "Daydreaming".
Greys come in a thousand different tones – cool blue greys in this oil painting blend with olive green tones and warm greys. The monochromatic world is full of nuance and textures. A lovely female figure, sketched in charcoal and highlighted with daubs of oil paint reclines in folds and ripples of fabric.
The beautiful figure is painted in monochomatic colours, charcoal and pencil. She rests in contemplation, elegant limbs folded in. Dark stormy blues and navy chase each other in the background, while highlights of white and golden yellow paint pick out details of her dress.
Wonderfully romantic, with silky cascades of creamy whites, pale purples, and delicate blues. In the midst of a gauzy edwardian dress, she sits in dreamy contemplation. This original oil painting, "In The Moonlight", is by Anna Razumovskaya.
This sensual and romantic painting is created with graphic strokes of dark black charcoal greys shading to white, with sepia tones and pale blues in the background. The combination of charcoal and oil paint is the perfect modern art interpretation of this woman, caught in a moment in time. Her silk dress rustles as she pauses, about to turn and look at you.