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Carl Dobsky (1972)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on February 14, 2012


Fallen Hero

Antlers

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Annunciation

Sunday Morning

Dani

At The Dia De Los Muertos Parade

title unknown

The Lotos Eater

Connectivity

Portrait Of James Edmonds

Shawna

Woman In Dia De Los Muertos Costume

Portrait Of Justin “Corvo” Kaufman

Portrait Of Layil

Death And The Maiden

Death And The Maiden

Head And Figure

Head And Figure

Kim

Kim

Emergence

Emergence

Nadia Mogilev

Nadia Mogilev

Offering Of Silence

Offering Of Silence

Sacred And Profane Love

Sacred And Profane Love

The Ghost And The Machine

The Ghost And The Machine

Self Portrait

Split (Self Portrait)

Split (Self Portrait)

Market And Jones

The Sentinel

Lights

Reclining Female Nude

Reclining Female Nude

Reclining Female Nude

Reclining Female Nude

© Carl Dobsky

 

One Response to “Carl Dobsky (1972)”

  1. Mr. Dobsky continues very successfuly long line of realistic art avoiding sentimentality or cuteness and the results are strong.His models have powerful presence and truth of their real appearance.They are not made prettier than they are,more heroic or “mysterious”.The content of their humanity is plenty enough.What is also worth notice is absence of the self-conscious “decorative” elements, like amplification of the color intensity or large patterns to amplify the compositional “delights”.

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