“Jardin des Tuileries”. Oil on cardboard. 7″x5″
Today is just a sketch of Paris. ‘Rue des Francs Bourgeois”. Charcoal and pierre noire.
Another small sketch for today. Paris. Gouache.
I was very busy today, so I had time only to do a little gouache sketch.
Cimetiére Saint-Vincent, Paris. This special tiny cemetery just off one of the streets in Montmartre, has no tourist crowds and feels very private and calm.
My new sketches. First two – Montmartre (one is done on the natural paper which allows the use of white ink), then Place Vendôme, the last one- Chateau Chenonceau.
Ink, pen, and watercolor pencils.
It’s quiet late Sunday morning. I am leisurely walking through the empty streets of Montmartre towards a rendezvous with a naked woman. Well, to my first drawing session in Paris with a professional art model. In my bag – a wooden board, big sheets of paper, and a box of charcoal. It’s cold today and there are very few people on the streets. Although streets are always empty on Sunday mornings. I love this magical time.
Walking in Paris, I am often torn between the desire to Continue reading
Here are my new quick Parisian sketches- Invalides, Pont Au Change, Eglise de la Sainte-Trinité, Le Marais.
All of them done with ink pen, watercolors and watercolor pencils.