The number of words associated with art is enormous, and the boundaries of definition are unclear.

 This is particularly true of drawing and related terms.

 Drawing is translated as “line drawing”. In other words, it refers to drawings that emphasize the act of drawing a line with a single color pencil, pen, or charcoal. In French, drawing is the equivalent of sketching, but the difference is that a drawing can be considered a historical work of art. Drawing is more concerned with the accurate depiction of the subject and the practice aspect of drawing is pushed to the fore, whereas drawing has a strong expressive element.

 Drawings are exhibited in museums because they offer a glimpse into the technical and conceptual creative process of the artist. This article will introduce 10 drawings and hope you will explore the true nature of the artists.

MATSUMOTO SAYAKA

gunung-drawing#4
42.4 x 34.8 cm
gunning-stroke#14
30 x 30 cm

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Aimi Numata

Drawing~Composition~
52.3 x 41 cm
Drawing~Hourglass~
41.3 x 32.2 cm

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Bowl Taro

Sorrow
36.7 x 27 cm
Enjoy Travel
36.7 x 27 cm

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Takashi Fujita

Nude Woman #1
52.5 x 41 cm
Door
41 x 52.5 cm

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Martin Zeihner

Ohne Title 14G43
33.8 x 24.8 cm
Nackte Person
33.8 x 24.8 cm

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