The Portrait in Three Color Chalk by Robert Liberace

The Portrait in Three Color Chalk
Robert Liberace

The classic technique of three chalk or "trois crayon" is one of the most elegant and efficient methods of rendering the portrait. It involves the manipulation of red, black and white to suggest the warmth and richness of flesh hues. It is not only a visually compelling technique, but also a means to connect with some of the great artists who used this approach, such as Rubens, Watteau, and Holbein.

Robert Liberace, one of America's foremost artists and teachers, known for his inspiring and informative teaching style, takes you through the entire process of creating an original drawing while explaining everything from the selection of materials to his techniques to final touches. Special features include paper preparation, art gallery, and video previews from the five demos in this series.

Running Time: 2 Hrs 20 min

Recognized for his classic style of figure drawing and painting, artist Robert Liberace, is also known for his inspiring and informative teaching style. Robert's portraits have been featured in International Artist Magazine and The Artist Magazine. A few of the more notable people he has been commissioned to paint include former United State President, George H. Bush, Ambassador Sol Linowitz, and the Director for the National Portrait Gallery, Marc Pachter. In addition to his success as portrait artist, he is also an accomplished sculptor and professional member of the National Sculpture Society.

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Painting - Portrait

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