20 days ago - By Illustration Art
George Lichty is an important data point for those trying to chart the line between loose drawing and drawing like a careless slob.
Not everyone cares about that line. This may be due to the Great Acceleration: internet audiences with unlimited content and shorter attention spans, less patience for pictures that don't move, a coarsening of taste. It may also be due to a lack of interest in the kinds of pleasures that excellent drawing can provide.
Or, it could be the result of increasing shamelessness on the part of certain artists. Andy Warhol was not much of a draftsman but said that...
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