More Old Art Re-Photographed

This oil painting hangs in my library and is hard to light properly. This one is better than before.
The eyes of the tiger are important to get right. The Tyger in William Blake’s poem expresses the duality of good and evil, as this picture is also trying to do.
This is the oldest colored-pencil picture I have, not hard to photograph, but easy to overlook.
Pencil remains difficult for the camera to capture in all its nuances.
Pen and ink is easier, but the white still turns out gray without the best possible lighting.
This is high-school years old.
The subject of this drawing is inside my head.
My Vietnamese War painting from the 80s got me criticism for being political.

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