Romantic Graffiti


The art works of Romantic artists that we observed by studying the European Romanticism of the 1800s, suggested us images inspired by the paintings in the style “graffiti” of Sunil Pawar , where the figures are painted in black on a brightly colored abstract backgrounds. These paintings were created with the students of 9th grade  with mixed media (figure in  felt-tip pen black and grey on tracing paper, glued on background watercoloured).

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  1. Ottimo metodo per rendere contemporanee le opere Romantiche!
    Ciao Miriam,

  2. Laurie Schoenberg says:

    Did you cut the figure out from the tracing paper? What did you use to glue it in place?

    • Hi Laurie! Yes, we cut the figure out from the tracing paper when we finished the drawing, then we paste it on the paper colored in watercolors, with a normal stick glue. Do you need any other information about it?

  3. Laurie Schoenberg says:

    No, thanks. Thank you for getting back to me so quickly. Great blog!!!

  4. Did you use sharpies? Love these!

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