The Sketches of Henz Recksiegel
Henz Recksiegel’s style varies between fast and rough sketchwork and more finished pieces that feature extremely fine and crisp lines. Overall, his work reflects a careful style that is meant to capture details in his subjects. As opposed to the speed and flourish of Alfred Hierl, instead Recksiegel’s sketches are either too rough for presentation work or seem to serve as studies for detailed future oil paintings. His subjects vary between men and aircraft and typically eschew the use of backgrounds.
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