Charles Hermans ( 1839 - 1924 ) A Belgian painter.
In Brussels, Hermans pupil of the painter François-Joseph Navez and Louis Gallait before he Sint-Lukas Brussels Workshop began frequenting, that a free studio and offered an alternative to traditional academic education.
Between 1858 and 1861 Hermans studied with the painter Charles Gleyre at the Ecole Centrale des Beaux-Arts, a Parisian art school official.
The blood eyed prince, soon to be the king, with his pack of fuzzy ladies. Warm furs are warm when you live in the North. :>
Some step by step photos of the painting progress. Watercolors, masking fluid and white gouache.
See babies before they’re born
Another illustrations for GE's special project, inspired by their slogan” Imagination at Work.” See the first one here.
"GE employees asked the youngest members of their families to explain what they do and we brought their answers to life." I was given lines from the kids to be translated into visuals. This one is "My mom works on things that shows mommies their babies before they’ re born”.
This is the first time my piece being animated into a gif, how fun! Big thanks again to Eric Goldstein, an awesome AD with great insights and a pleasure to work with!
GE employees asked the youngest members of their families to explain what they do. Sydney, age 3, said, "My mom works on things that shows mommies their babies before they’re born."
Illustration by Victo Ngai