The Textures Of Fur
A compilation of works of are that showcase the complex texture of fur.
I chose this work of art for this collection because the artist creates texture with soft lines and is able to create a beautiful soft light on the fox.
I chose this work of art for my gallery because the artist is able to make the curly texture of the dog's hair.
I chose this piece for my gallery because the artist makes great use of his brush strokes, you can see a lot of the individual hairs on the dog.
I chose this piece because the artist makes great use of his strokes to add textures instead of painting the individual hairs.
I chose this piece because the Spaniel's fur has a very complex and fluffy texture and the artist portrays that really well.
I chose this piece because the fur is very thin but the artist is still able to get those little details in.
I chose this work because I love how soft the piece looks but it still shows the little white hairs on the cat. The artist is able to show the impression of fur without painting every last hair.
Even though the texture shown here is technically wool, the textures are still very hair-like. The texture helps push the hurried and anguished emotion of the piece through movement.
I chose this piece because the textures of the fur aren't neat and tidy but still bring across the look of fur.
I chose this piece because the artist uses light in a great way to add detail and texture.
I chose this piece because I love how the artist uses harsh lines and different shades of brown to give the impression of a fur texture.
I chose this piece because even though the piece is not detailed the viewer can still get the texture of fur from the movement of the lines.
I chose this piece because the artist is able to beautifully simplify the look of hair through colorful lines.
I chose this piece because the artist showcases the hare's fur beautifully. He changes the thickness and lengths of the hair to create something realistic.
I chose this piece because I love the whimsical movement of the hairs on both the lion and the monkey. The hairs don't have a ton of detail but they still beautifully portray the fur texture.
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This user gallery has been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below, who have supplied the content.
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Yamatane Museum of Art
National Gallery of Victoria
Yale Center for British Art
Norman Rockwell Museum
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