891 / Calle de la Barchilla / Valencia // Spain (+process pics) (sold)

Yesterday, under the magnificent mediterranean Sun. Calle de la Barchilla, where the peculiar arc links the Cathedral and the Archbishop’s Palace in Valencia.

Podéis ver las fotos de 4 fases del proceso de dibujo.

Al elegir el tema y encuadre, ya que se iría pintar con acuarela, se buscó un punto de vista con zonas de claro-oscuro de alto contraste, lo que permite el mejor comprensión de los espacios  y profundidad de campo.

Notar la cantidad de información en cada uno de los planos (esquina, arco, edificio en el fondo, …)

 

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690 / Chiesa Vignola + Vicolo dell’atleta / Roma

Chiesa de S. maria dell’Orto (sec. XVI). Facciata de Jacopo Barozzi – Il Vignola.

The Vicolo dell’Atleta (Alley of the Athlete) gets its name from the finding of a statue of an athlete there, around the middle of the 19th century. The statue, which is called Apoxyomonosand can be seen in the Vatican Museums.

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under Hagia Sophia Dome – Istanbul

The incredible and huge dome of Santa Sofia – the epitome of Byzantine architecture.
The current building was originally constructed as a church between 532 and 537 on the orders of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian, and was the world’s largest cathedral for nearly a thousand years!

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