Description: The face you see before you now is of a woman that was painted by a Dutch painting artist known as Johannes Vermeer. Not much is known about the painting and no one knows if Vermeer did the painting out of commission, or if he did the portrait out of imagination. As the title of the painting says, it's is a depiction of a fair skinned servant girl who wears one pearl earring. Her head is slightly tilted as she glances at the painter in a pose of simplistic beauty. Girl with a Pearl Earring is also known as the 'Mona Lisa of the North' as well as the Dutch Mona Lisa. The painting is in the Mauritshuis gallery in The Hague. It was painted in 1665 and it is an oil on canvas painting. I hope you enjoy drawing Girl with a Pearl Earring, it is one of the worlds most recognized works of art.
Description: Now we will work on getting the scarf sketched out on her head. This is basically a wrap that servant girls used to wear in the era the painting was made. Add all the detailing and crinkling, then proceed to step five.
Description: You will finish off the lesson by drawing the rest of the scarf, then sketch out the shape of her neck, shoulder, back line and then of course, the pearl earring. Add detailing where needed, then erase all the mistakes and guides.