June 23, 2006
Posted by: Mark Siegel
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Unfinished Drawings of a Woman
I forget where I did these drawings, only that the subject was a particularly beautiful and elegant woman. I do remember beginning and abandoning the first one knowing I just hadn’t caught her. The second time, I did.