A couple months ago, my wife and I took a day trip to Cincinnati to visit the Cincinnati Museum of Art. Walking around the museum was inspiring and I thought, it would be a fun experiment to recreate/riff on some of the pieces that grabbed my attention.
The first that I am thrilled to share with you is my take on Joseph DeCamp’s Woman Drying Her Hair. The original is oil on canvas and was painted in 1898. It won the.
I first wanted to try to recreate the lines and feeling that DeCamp made in his original. I was then curious to see how the mood of the image would change by adding the model’s face. Honestly, I love both.
The original “Woman Drying Her Hair” by Joseph DeCamp [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons