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In Pen & Ink on Watercolour Paper 310×380
" His jacket was red and his breeches were blue, And there was a hole where the tail came through! "-Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Cynthia Lund Torroll Awardfor Excellence in Traditional ArtsSoJie 9, March 2011
March 2011 Juried Invitational Exhibition
john dicandia, paris, city, cathedral, dreams, sepia, gargoyles, demons, devils
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fantastic….what a great imagination….thats what i have always admired about you!!
Thank you Connie. Though this piece is not original inspired by a 19th etching by Charles Meryon, I drew it in my own style and took liberty with the cityscape and the sky.
– John Dicandia ( JinnDoW )
Wonderful work, absolutely great draw!
Thank you Doreen. I’m a great fan of 19th century etchings re: Gustave Dore & George du Maurier.
WOW John Love it
Amazing art ..so well done!
Incredible, look at those details, how did you managed to do this, you must spent hours and hours to completed this, Bravo, definite fav!! :))
I’m just crazy if you haven’t worked it out yet. It took me about 3 days max!
Nice perspective here.
Very appealing and Escheresque! Good job! RVG
You’re right on the money RVG. It is very Escher! :))
Great stuff John!
Thank you very muchly Zombie Rust.
This is John Dicandia at his best! Brilliant work!!!!!
You’re flattering me Dave. Thanks for the appraisal. :))
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