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Watercolour on 325 gsm fine grain paperW&N tubes – Winsor Blue (Red Shade), Yellow Ochre, Burnt SiennaQuickly drawn and painted to try to avoid getting mired in detail. As you can see I couldn’t even wait for the paint to dry in places!
watercolour, watercolor, cathedral, france, angouleme
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Super work Ian – know it well!
– ian osborne
Great composition…..you’re the King of architecture….loose or detailed either one.
That’s very kind of you Marsha. I fancy doing some closer paintings of this cathedral having driven right past it the other day!
A really gorgeous water colour! Such lovely green tones…so like the Cathedral subject matter Ian!
Thanks REkha. I like the green too!!
Just the right amount Ian. And no, I can’t see the "hurried up places you are referring to. Beautiful work.
Looks `just right ` to me Ian
picked this as yours in the feed Ian. Beautiful painting……you’ve added just enough detail, the arched windows are fabulous. Love your always, soft, delicate touch. Lovely work.
Thanks LIsa. Must be those orange rooftops!
Wonderful deft artwork, really like the mixture of detail & looseness in this & as ever great light and shade. Well done Ian :-)
Cheers Rick. Can’t shake off that detail altogether!!