110723_Praca Luis de Camoes

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    size : 200 x 400mm (8" x 16"),
    medium: ink, watercolour and salt,
    paper: 300gsm watercolour paper.

    barbaraluel, kumi matsukawa, typagon, and 128 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. pedro sanchez guerra 33 months ago | reply

      i have seen your scketch of Lisbon and others. THEY ARE WONDERFUL

    2. Michael Anderson STL 33 months ago | reply

      Nice line work on the overhead cables; really nice sketch!

    3. Telesforo Z 33 months ago | reply

      Muy bonita; fuerza y movimiento.

    4. Kev Z. 33 months ago | reply

      Beauitful!

    5. maryateresa2001 33 months ago | reply

      davvero bravo!!
      MY

    6. santohalim 33 months ago | reply

      nice !!! bravo Tia

    7. James Richards fasla 33 months ago | reply

      This one may be my favorite image from the whole Lisbon trip, Tia. You captured the magic of the city here.

    8. Stefania Montaruli 33 months ago | reply

      wow! i love it!!!

    9. Janice in Brooklyn 33 months ago | reply

      excellent!!! I'm wondering how long this took to draw? It's in great contrast to the earlier pictures drawn with such a free hand style... still evident here, but a lot more detail.

    10. brownlg34 30 months ago | reply

      I like the intensity of this piece,the dramatic blue of the sky and the emphasis on the circular made by the trolley wires in the air,rich texture in the buildings,VERY NICE. I noticed your work on VICTOR'S site when checking out his favourites.

    11. Matthew-1 26 months ago | reply

      Wow! Brilliant sketch.

    12. Bissky 19 months ago | reply

      Lots to explore in this piece!

    13. The Sleepless Draughtsman 2 months ago | reply

      The splashes of color in the sky gives the sketch such energy!

    14. Andreas Koeniger 5 weeks ago | reply

      I can learn so much from this sketch!! Thank you.

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