Original charcoal drawing on paper by Columbus, Ohio artist Miriam Baranov depicts a study of the Belvedere Torso, a fragmentary male nude statue dated from 1430s Rome. Rendered onto gray paper to highlight the shadows of the drawing, Baranov crafts a masterful rendition of the sculpture in the style of the French academics of the late 1800’s. Housed in a matching, neutral gray frame.
About the Artist:
Miriam Baranov is a realism painter who currently resides in Columbus, Ohio. With passions in both art and mathematics, Baranov has exquisite precision in her realistic figurative portraiture. She creates the entire piece as both engineer and artist, starting with stretching the canvas for the portrait, and finishing with high-quality custom framing. She currently runs a business of custom portraits out of her Columbus, Ohio studio.
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