In the Style of Modigliani – Portrait Atcs

pen and colored pencil
pen and colored pencil

I just joined  IllustratedAtcs.com and signed up for my first card swap over there.   We were to make cards based on the work of Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920).  I’ve always liked Modigliani, so it was fun to make these cards.  I managed to squeeze a self-portrait in.  I’m the one with the glasses.  Michael makes an appearance as well.

IllustratedAtcs.com is an atc trading group that is for people primarily interested in hand-drawn and hand-painted cards.   Even if you aren’t interested in trading you should definitely check out the gallery and see some of the work on display there.

Published by Mellanie C

sketch artist, daydreamer Figurative artist specializing in small format art and portraits.

10 thoughts on “In the Style of Modigliani – Portrait Atcs

  1. Thanks for the lovely comments. I am so pleased that you like these. I didn’t know that there was a film based on his life. I must go check that out!

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  2. I am glad you are going to look about seeing the movie about Modigliani. I would also like to recommend two other artist movies that are a must see. 1. Vincent and Theo (1990) starring Tim Roth and Paul Rhys. This was a very inspiring film for me. 2. The Impressionists (BBC Miniseries 2006) starring Charlie Condou, James Lance, Richard Armitage. I find these two films great to view when I am in a slump and feeling I just can’t go on…Very inspiring viewing!! If you watch either of these please let me know what you thought of them. You can write me at sound_of_water@yahoo.com

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