19th Century Grisaille Landscape

A peaceful 19th century grisaille landscape of grazing cows and sheep along a river.  It was created using an unusual technique called sandpaper painting.  This method of drawing uses charcoal with marble dust on a paper surface covered with fine grit like sandpaper. 

19" x 16.5" framed

Charcoal and marble dust on paper

Wood frame, museum glass


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