I just came across this news today that in Rome, an exhibition called “Scribbling and Doodling – From Leonardo da Vinci to Cy Twombly” is displaying am unusual number of scribbles and doodles from great artists ranging from the 1400 to today.
So very cool!
Hidden on the backs of canvases or scrawled on scraps of paper, doodles have allowed artists down the ages, from Michelangelo to Picasso, to test, explore and unleash their creativity.This article was published in thejakartapost.com
As I was researching this, I came across these links also worth checking:
- The Delightful Doodles and Hidden Scribbles on the Backs of Artworks – A collection of digitized 200,000 works on paper, writings or drawings on the back by George Eksts.