a study of ‘tenor’ in oil pastel and watercolour

Day 2 of world watercolour month, this is a combination of pieces, showing my study of Tenor, my friends Andalusian horse, although the two large pieces are oil, the study I quickly did involved watercolour.


‘Tenor’ oil painting 1mX50cm


Tenor’ oil painting 1mX70 cm


‘Tenor’ watercolour and scribble shading quick study


Tenor charcoal and pastel study


Charcoal and chalk, with a little ink on pastel paper


About REcreate-RebeccaEvansCreate

My name is Rebecca Evans, living in the New Forest I have been inspired to paint the many animals often seen around me. Having ridden since Childhood, painting equines was a natural path to follow. I use a variety of media, watercolour, oil, charcoal, pastel,inks, plus a few more, infact I will try most things. Choosing the medium to work with can really change the effect of the art, and therefore the character of the animal. Sometimes it is an instant decision, sometimes it is the mood from within me which determines which medium I choose to use. I never know what might inspire me next, but if it’s hairy, I will be sure to try.
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12 Responses to a study of ‘tenor’ in oil pastel and watercolour

  1. Magnificent subject, beautiful paintings. Love the watercolor study, the added ink for texture is very nice. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Incredible stuff Rebecca. How do you do it?! Wow. πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

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  3. Snehal Kank says:

    Horses are most difficult subject to paint! You always do it beautifully ! πŸ’•

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  4. Jacob says:

    Awesome stuff again, Rebecca – I expect Tenor would be chuffed to bits with all these glorious portraits!

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  5. I love them all-but the top one is absolutely wonderful-Tenor looks ready to leap off the page! Your portraits of horses are among my favorites of your work-

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