Most of Tibet’s art is religious themed – centered around images and sculptures of Buddha. The creation process hasn’t changed in centuries.
October 23, 2011 | Filed under China, Tibet and tagged with China, Tibet.
Tags: China, Tibet
Dear Mr Hofman
I hope you are well.
My partner Martin Edwards sent you an email last week asking if he could make a painting of one of your photographs and you very kindly said that you were happy for him to do so. I’d like to say thank you for this, it really did make Martin’s weekend and he has started to sketch the picture out already. He is using the photograph of the metal worker with the blue flask.
Martin really is an excellent artist (entirely self-taught) and he would be too modest to say he was any good himself. I’m sure when the painting is finished (it could be some time!) he will send you a copy of it.
I was thinking that it would be useful for Martin to have a good copy of the photograph to work from (he has printed it out from our cheapo colour printer so the quality is not very good) and so I wanted to ask you if you sold copies of your photographs. If so I would be very interested in buying one.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Kind regards and thank you again for allowing Martin to use your fantastic photograph in this way.
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