Elizabeth Baddeley

On Location: Madison Square Park pt. 1

Elizabeth Baddeley The Flat Iron Building

Rosie James, UK textile artist

Rosie James, UK textile artist More

Feria del libro de Sevilla. Inma Serrano by inmaserranito, via Flickr

Simple pastel sketch with abstract use of colour is effective at conveying main image without being overcrowded

Lucinda Rogers - London

Foundations of Drawing ---lucinda rogers drawing ink watercolour cityscape street scene london life construction gherkin rooftops skyline

Matthew Cruickshank via Brave the Woods

Ye Crooked Legge: A trip by Matthew Cruickshank

Dalius Regelskis - Vilnius Oldtown, Lithuania Ink line work with selective color.

Dalius Regelskis - Vilnius Oldtown, Lithuania Ink line work with selective color.

Artist Ewing Paddock's three-year project of making paintings of people in the London Underground

Artist Ewing Paddock's paintings of people on the London Underground

Artist Ewing Paddock& three-year project of painting people on the London Underground.

Dibujos, croquis y acuarelas del Arq. Minond

Dibujos, croquis y acuarelas del Arq. Minond

Flatiron | Flatiron | Yann Kebbi Américanin | Expositions | Galerie | Michel Lagarde, 13 rue Bouchardon 75010 Paris

A vibrant concentration of humanity, seen through earnest eyes full of wonderment and infectious enthusiasm.

Rosie James, in Rochester, South East - Members | Axisweb

Rosie James, in Rochester, South East - Members

Tom Burns. Illustration to 'New York Trilogy' author Paul Auster, published by The Folio Society, London, 2008.

llustration to 'New York Trilogy' by 2009 Book Illustration Award and Overall Winner Tom Burns. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Lucinda Rogers - New York

Faster Faster, Twice the Speed. Times Square by illustrator Lucinda Rogers. Used for a private exhibition with a scale of cm. The dark ground with brighter colours allows the brighter colours to advance, making it more noticeable.

Rupert Van Wyk

I love the abstract of the people in the foreground versus the detailed Big Ben behind - this explores the relationship between the people and places again. Rupert Van Wyk, 2011 Discuss how time passes, what changes and what stays the same

Stephen Wiltshire

Street scene of street New York - drawings and paintings by Stephen Wiltshire MBE (amazing autistic artist)

Lucinda Rogers

lucinda rogers ink line drawing Times Square new york cityscape street scene traffic

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