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Fung, with hand up

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Fung, ink watercolor and red wine.

Philippe Charmes 2018

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2 old drawings

I am afraid I don’t remember the WHO and WHEN of those 2 drawings, there are archives of my hundreds old dusty drawing books.

Therefore it is as always… the artwork survived the very memory of the artist?

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Red Tiv

Another red version of Tiv, modelling in Hong Kong. Really red, I ran out of nice watercolor pinkish.

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Moustache

4 studies of an handsome englishman.

Ink and watercolor on paper.

Philippe Charmes 2017

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De l’importance de savoir ou l’on va.

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Jade with streched arm. Oil pastel on paper. Philippe Charmes. 2016.
I can’t believe I cropped the last phalanx.
I
CAN’T
BELIEVE
IT

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2 portraits

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2 portraits of the same model, same day, different moods.

Mixed medias in A4 paper.

She and me were in different mood, I have to precise.

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Uncle

Josep Tapiro Baro (1836 - 1913)

Josep Tapiro Baro (1836 – 1913)

found from the gurneyjourney’s great blog:
http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.hk/2014/11/josep-tapiro-baros-watercolor-portraits.html

Josep Tapiró Baró (1836 – 1913) was a Spanish painter known for his watercolor portraits of indigenous North-African people. (He is also known as José Tapiró y Baró)(…)
Tapiró was one of the first Spanish artists to live in Tangier, Morocco. He settled there in 1876 until his death in 1913, and witnessed great changes as the colonial powers exerted their influence on local cultural traditions.

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