Lady Agnew by John Singer Sargent

I have been fascinated by the bourgeoisie portraits of the end of the 19th century. The technique used by these artists — here John Singer Sargent — is remarkable: a mix of classic composition and unique drawing skills, combined with a freestyle painting technique closed the modern abstract art.

This reinterpretation was meticulously created using vector drawing, a style that emphasizes lines and solid colours rather than texture. The result is a remarkable utilization of lines, capturing the essence of the original masterpiece with precision.