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People drawing Art

Nothing is more famous to sketch or paint than the human body. People Illustrations wall art contains people of all shapes and sizes. Some sketches focus on certain body parts, while others twist the human form to where it is almost unrecognizable. The world’s most famous painters and sketchers all have famous artwork that centers upon the human condition.

Leonardo Da Vinci, one of the most famous artists of all time, depicts the beauty of women in “Head of a Young Woman with Tousled Hair” and “Testa di Donna di Profilo”. Both of his People Illustrations sketches contour a woman’s face to show her underlying beauty with hints of mystery and intrigue. Historically, sketch artists have been fascinated with beauty, like Sandro Botticelli’s “Drawing of a Woman”.

People Illustrations Prints

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Relativity
by M.C. Escher
22" x 26"
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Head of a Young Woman with Tousled Hair
by Leonardo Da Vinci
18" x 24"
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Praying Hands, c.1508 (sepia)
by Albrecht Durer
11" x 14"
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Eye, c.1946
by M.C. Escher
22" x 16"
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The City of Drawers, c.1936
by Salvador Dali
28" x 20"
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Chef Pasta Master Design
by Frank Harris
16" x 20"
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Chef Fish Master Design
by Frank Harris
16" x 20"
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Seated Female Nude With Raised Right Arm, 1910
by Egon Schiele
16" x 23"
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Young Woman with Face Buried in Arms, 1929
by Henri Matisse
14" x 11"
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Bathed In Light
by Steve Henderson
12" x 13"
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After The Bath
by Steve Henderson
12" x 16"
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Dandy with a Cigar, 1857
by Claude Monet
18" x 24"
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Crouching Nude
by Egon Schiele
24" x 16"
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Pizza Chef Master
by Frank Harris
16" x 20"
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Hunter S Thompson With Cig Black
by Tim Nyberg
12" x 13"
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Gestures II
by Liz Jardine
24" x 36"
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Scene in the Hold of the Slave Ship
by Unknown
24" x 18"
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Chef Wine
by Frank Harris
20" x 16"
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Colorful Fashion II
by Anne Tavoletti
16" x 20"
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Self portrait - Sketch
by Leonardo Da Vinci
18" x 24"
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Mother and child
by Cassandra Cushman
20" x 16"
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Portrait of Andrea Quaratesi, c.1532
by Michelangelo Buonarroti
18" x 24"
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Elf
by Tim Nyberg
24" x 24"
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Lovers, 1908
by Gustav Klimt
14" x 23"
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The Virgin and Child with St. Anne
by Leonardo Da Vinci
18" x 24"
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Vanity Fair Golfers III
by Spy
6" x 9"
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Saxophone Player
by Tim Nyberg
10" x 30"
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Composer Arnold Schoenberg, 1917
by Egon Schiele
14" x 22"
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Bee-Hive Hairdo
by Charlsie Kelly
18" x 25"
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Frank Sinatra
by Ed Capeau
24" x 18"
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Fashion Sketchbook V
by Anne Tavoletti
12" x 36"
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Fashion Sketchbook VI
by Anne Tavoletti
12" x 36"
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Audrey Awesomeness
by Jennifer Lilya
12" x 18"
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Pool Hall Antics II
by Unknown
13" x 10"
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Pool Hall Antics VII
by Unknown
13" x 10"
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Faith and religion have been key components to the human race, and they continue to carry influence in artwork with people. Works like “Creation of Adam” by Michelangelo Buonarroti and “Praying Hands” by Albrecht Durer signify something much greater than the humans being depicted. Both sketches carry religious significance and increase the historical holiness of any space.

With people comes the uniqueness of any individual and their body. People Illustrations wall art especially depicts the individuality of every body part. “Study of Feet” and “Study of Hands” by Dennis Diderot exemplify the variations that feet and hands find themselves in. Humans are exceptional with their looks and variations in anatomy. M.C. Escher goes as far to draw a single eye, but this eye is just as detailed and individual as a genuine human eye.
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