Bamberg Virgin Mary Statue

A wall-mounted statue of the Virgin Mary and Child in Bamberg, Germany.
While strolling through the old town of Bamberg, Germany, Dai Wynn spotted something interesting above this narrow street. A wall-mounted statue of a gold-crowned lady with a naked baby in her arms. She holds a gold mace in her right arm and shelters beneath what appears to be an umbrella. She wears a red robe with a blue coat, so I am assuming it is the Virgin Mary and Christ Child. The twin towers of Michaelsberg monastery dominate the skyline. Freehand ink sketch by Dai Wynn on rough surface texture 300gsm Arches cotton paper. 29.7 cm high by 21 cm wide by 0.1 cm deep approximately. A4 standard size.

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Paris Heritage Bank Architecture

Paris Bank Heritage Architecture sketch
Freehand pen and ink sketch of the BNP Paribas Dealing Services building at 14 rue Bergère, Paris, France. Drawn by Dai Wynn on 300-gsm medium texture Arches french cotton paper using a 0.5mm black pen. 21 cm high by 14.9 cm wide by 0.1 cm deep approximately. A4 standard size.

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Cathédrale Saint Front Périgueux

Cathédrale St Front, Périgueux, France
Dai Wynn drew this Cathédrale sketch, Périgueux, France in pencil and ink. Because the artist stood on le Pont des Barris he viewed the Cathedral Saint Front high on the opposite bank of the River Dordogne. Dai Wynn took the reference photograph when he visited the Périgord Noir in September 2017. A maze of narrow cobbled streets and riverside green space define the old part of this city in Aquitaine. 21 cm wide by 14.97 cm high by 0.1 cm deep approximately.

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Grouse Mountain above Vancouver

Ink sketch of Vancouver below Grouse Mountain.
The view of Vancouver BC Canada from Grouse Mountain. This ink sketch shows the city from the Eye of the Wind. This is a wind turbine with a viewing platform just below the turbine housing. A chairlift carries those who would prefer not to scramble up a steep and slippery trail to the top as they ignore the “Danger, No Hiking” sign.

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Sarlat Street Lamp

Sarlat-la-Canéda Street Lamp
A typical sandstone house, now a shop, in la vieille ville (the medieval centre) of Sarlat-la-Canéda, Nouvelle Aquitaine, France. While a new glass door in the stone arch provides access to a shop, the wooden shutters on the window above the door are about to fall off with age. Ink sketch for a watercolour painting by Dai Wynn on 300gsm rough surface Arches cotton paper. 42 cm high by 29.5 cm wide by 0.1 cm deep approximately. A3 standard size.

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Rue Limogeanne Perigueux

Rue Limogéanne Périgueux
Pencil and ink sketch by Dai Wynn of rue Limogéanne, Périgueux, a narrow cobbled street in France. The old town (La Vieille Ville) of Périgueux is on the Dordogne River in Nouvelle Aquitaine, France. The French maintain their heritage (la patrimoine), while providing all modern services to residents and merchants. All electricity, gas, water, drainage and sewerage has been hidden beneath the cobbles while maintaining the patina of age on the sandstone of buildings. Rue Limogéanne, Périgueux, France is perfect for a black and white rendition. Drawn in black ink with a 0.2 mm pen on 300gsm smooth surface Arches paper. 29.5 cm high by 21 cm wide by 0.1 cm deep. A4 standard size.

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Rue Sous Le Fort

Rue Sous Le Fort
Freehand pen and ink sketch by Dai Wynn of the Château Frontenac and the funiculaire (at right) from the corner of rue Saint Pierre and rue Sous le Fort in le Vieux Port of Québec City, Canada. Drawn on 300gsm smooth surface Arches cotton paper. 42 cm high by 29.5 cm wide by 0.1 cm deep approximately. A3 standard size.

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Annecy Roof Lines

Annecy Roof Lines
A pen and ink sketch by Dai Wynn of some rather interesting roof lines in the town of Annecy in eastern France. Drawn on 300gsm rough texture Arches french cotton paper. A4 size. 29.5 cm high by 21 cm wide by 0.1 cm deep approximately.

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