Buildings, streets and cities

By Singer Sargent - Walkers in a path of Boboli garden in Florence

By Singer Sargent – Walkers in a path of Boboli garden in Florence

By Hopper - An urban landscape of New York

By Hopper – An urban landscape of New York

By anonymous german artist. 15th century. A global vision of the city of Nuremberg

By anonymous german artist. 15th century. A global vision of the city of Nuremberg

By Constable - Malvern Hall

By Constable – Malvern Hall

By Munch - Talking on the bridge

By Munch – Talking on the bridge

By Appian, Louis - People on the street on a rainy day in Paris

By Appian, Louis – People on the street on a rainy day in Paris

By Pissarro - Factory on the Oise at Pontoise

By Pissarro – Factory on the Oise at Pontoise

By Zorn, Anders - An street scene in London

By Zorn, Anders – An street scene in London

By Dürer - Houses of a main avenue in Austria

By Dürer – Houses of a main avenue in Austria

By Van Gogh - The house of a clergyman in Holland

By Van Gogh – The house of a clergyman in Holland

By Cézanne - Study of a hut

By Cézanne – Study of a hut

By Hockney - Unknown title

By Hockney – Unknown title

By Feininger, Lyonel - Village with church

By Feininger, Lyonel – Village with church

By Stellingwerff, Jacobus - Untitled

By Stellingwerff, Jacobus – Untitled

By Sell Cotman, John - The demolished hut

By Sell Cotman, John – The demolished hut

By Corot - Study of the facade of a church

By Corot – Study of the facade of a church

By Marin, J. - View of a skyscraper in a New York avenue

By Marin, J. – View of a skyscraper in a New York avenue

By Schiele, Egon - Cottage on the hill

By Schiele, Egon – Cottage on the hill

By Peterson, Jane - An street corner with women and child

By Peterson, Jane – An street corner with women and child

By myself - Study of a corner in a public garden

By myself – Study of a corner in a public garden

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39 responses to “Buildings, streets and cities

  1. I’m fascinated with sketches. To be able to capture the essence of the story (not just the literal subject) in just a few lines… Like with my color palettes, when I limit them to 5 colors, I have to discern more than the colors themselves; it’s more about the relationships between the colors. Art in general seems to me to be about the unique way each artist sees the world– and the way you present these posts really shows this to be true.

    • Long years ago I didn’t understand some meanings about the art language. When someone said ‘every artist had something to tell’. That ‘matter to tell’ is expressed along diferents ways to perceive our environment, and it may be through abstract details or choices like you wonderful example about colours. Sometimes we could repeat similar reflections but not for obvious are less wonderful. Thanks a million Lindy. I’m pleased to talk with you ❤

    • So true !!! They take ´ambianxces And atthmospheres under pencils” that’s why we love it

  2. wonderful gallery of sketches, really interesting to see the different artists

  3. Gorgeous gallery. I would be hard pressed to choose a favourite.

    • Oh Kim you have an open mind, and of course is dificult to highlight one work over the rest. That’s the true goal of thes posts. I’m so thankful for your visit and comment. Best wishes ❤

  4. thank you for sharing these fascinating pieces ❤

  5. Hi ❤ lovies! I can not stop looking at the fence of the bridge Munch. I watch this work, and "The Scream" and I'm still disquiet by their similarity. Can anyone shed some light? Thanks a lot, you're wonderful and wise too.

  6. I absolutely love all these artists! (including you ;-)) what a great post!

  7. Anders: really nostalgic scene!

  8. Traci-Ann

    I love the Zorn painting/sketch… I can’t stop looking at it. And the Sell Cotman one too. Thank you again for sharing your work, it was the first thing I looked for. 🙂

    • Yeah, really two wonderful watercolors. My dear Traci, everytime I browse in your blog, I find great compositions full of colour like true still-life paintings. Congrats and thanks so much for sharing and for your praises. Have a nice monday ❤

  9. Another great inspiring post SU. Thanks 🙂

  10. Incantata e deliziata da tutto
    Un abbraccione da Mistral

    PS:grazie

  11. Street In London Will be my choice Ihi.. So sweet atthmospheres of rain !

    I just Love too all The Details of sketches as 15th century.,

    Just fascinating !

    Kisses !

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