Project #2 Me, Myself and I Chuck Close Shows how artist can represent identity in different ways and mediums.  He has a unique style in showing identity.

Chuck Close Lucas I Artist:Chuck Close (American, born Monroe, Washington, Medium:Oil and graphite on canvas x 84 in.

Project #2 Me, Myself and I Chuck Close Shows how artist can represent identity in different ways and mediums

Chuck Close, Emma, 2002 hand printed ukiyo-e woodcut Paper size: 43 x 35 inches Image size: 36 x 30 inches Published by Pace Editions, Inc.

This is a Chuck Close Self-Portrait made in 2010. I like this because of the fragmented pieces and colors he creates to make on big self portrait from a distance.

After Decades Of Pixel Painting, Chuck Close Goes Truly Digital

This is a Chuck Close Self-Portrait made in 2010. I like this because of the fragmented pieces and colors he creates to make on big self portrait from a distance.

Chuck Close - Kara Walker [NOTE: He is pretty cool, isn't he?]

Is that Kara Walker? thepacegallery: “ Chuck Close “Kara” 2010 © Chuck Close, courtesy The Pace Gallery Don’t miss Chuck Close at Blum & Poe in L.

man face portrait by Chuck Close I liked how the picture is done in a circle. Looks like stippling was used along with a single point perspective.

Illustration inspiration

Cave to Canvas, Chuck Close in his studio working on the painting...

Chuck Close in his studio working on the painting John, Recommended by Andrea Beaty, author of Artist Ted.

Chuck Close at work painting in his art studio #workspace. In 1988, Close was paralyzed following a rare spinal artery collapse; he continues to paint using a brush-holding device strapped to his wrist and forearm. #noveltechnique

Art Studio America

One editor treks around the country to visit 115 contemporary artists, from Marina Abramović to Cory Arcangel

Self Portrait - Chuck Close, 1976-77. Watercolor on paper on canvas, 81 x 53.75”.

"Self-Portrait" - Chuck Close (b. watercolor on paper, {figurative realism artist monochrome male head man face painting

Magnolia Editions Blog: Chuck Close: Problems & Process

Close in his New York studio, April Photo by Donald Farnsworth. What if an observer familiar with Chuck Close 's entire output as an .

Chuck Close, American, born 1940 "Mark" 1978-1979 Acrylic on canvas Private Collection, New York

Style of art Photorealism Chuck Close painting. It may not be beautiful to you.but the detail of his painting is a beautiful thing.

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