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Graphite drawing on Bristol paper, 8″ × 10″.742 viewings as of 03-13-13.
The inspiration for this work was an old B & W photograph of my late uncle, and godfather, Phil, who was a soldier in the United States Army during the second world war.
graphite, world war ii, soldiers, nostalgic, nostalgic paintings, nostalgic portraits, military paintings, military portraits
Thank you for visiting my site. I work only in traditional mediums—primarily, oils, pastels, charcoal, and graphite.
(I do not do any digital, computer graphics, etc., assisted work.)
Very nice, great work !
Thank you so much for the lovely comment!!!
– Pam Humbargar
Wonderful work Pam!
Thanks Istvan, I’m glad you like it!!!
he looks very young
Thanks for the comment, Albert; yes, he was quite young at the time…he was in his early twenties when he served in WWII.
Yeah, I recognize this guy…it’s uncle Phil! Most excellent work, Pammy! Aunt Mary’s going to get jealous…
Thanks Toddy, for your most kind comment on uncle Phil!
Thank you for the kind words, Marie:) Happy New Year!
Thanks for visiting, WILT, and for the lovely commment!!!
Excellent portrait ! Very well done…
Thank you for the kind words, Sorin! I appreciate it very much!!
Beautiful. The expressions you capture in your work are awesome.
Thanks for stopping by Ginny, I appreciate all of your kind comments so much!!!
great drawing!!! you are really great artist, Pam.
Thank you very much, you are too kind!!!
Thank you so much for the lovely comment!