The art of Richard Ewing ©
Insightful into the intelligence and grace of Mozart. The use of the heavier line seems more pronounced than your other works. I like how this works in the hands and creates emphasis in the mouth.
Good subject choice and an interesting bit of history! Your painting immediately calls to mind the 1984 movie, Amadeus. I can still hear Tom Hulce's infectious laugh as he plays the piano upside down, as effortlessly as whistling. I like the big flat areas - the background and his coat – in contrast to the planar details. And your pencil sketch is full of such energy!
So I took a long look at your sketches today and was entirely befuddled for several minutes before I realized those projectile thingers were probably the hair curls! I love those hair curls on the final! Another awesome portrait. I really like the colors and the way the hands are out as if stretching for a moment before hitting the keys.
Great caricature. I like the distortion in Mozart's face.