John Virtue - monumental drawings of London

WHO: John Virtue WHAT: part of the London paintings collection (unknown) painting. WHY: I really like the way the silhouette is still recognisable in such a messy piece.

"Upstairs 03" by *a-mac088 @deviantART. watercolor, black ink, and charcoal

"Upstairs by watercolor, black ink, and charcoal. Love anything monochromatic and moody. And stairs.

John Virtue, Norfolk No. 110

John Virtue: North Sea Paintings and Monotypes @ Marlborough Fine Art - Eloge de l'Art par Alain Truong

Landscape No. 673 by JOHN VIRTUE - Gillian Jason Modern & Contemporary Art

673 by JOHN VIRTUE - Gillian Jason Modern & Contemporary Art (John Virtue paintings, plastic arts, fine arts,visual arts)


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John Virtue: North Sea Paintings and Monotypes @ Marlborough Fine Art - Eloge de l'Art par Alain Truong

Util pour le dessin d'observation. aplat altéré/flou puis redessiner par dessus, peut etre avec couleur.                 John Virtue

Explore John Virtue - LONDONVENICE Monotypes at Marlborough Fine Art (London) Ltd. Learn more about the exhibition and featured artworks.

Landscape No. 673 by JOHN VIRTUE - Gillian Jason Modern & Contemporary Art

673 by JOHN VIRTUE - Gillian Jason Modern & Contemporary Art (John Virtue paintings, plastic arts, fine arts,visual arts)

Landscape, John Virtue, 2003, St Paul's Cathedral/River Thames

John Virtue - Landscape White acrylic, black ink, shellac & emulsion on canvas, cm Government Art Collection [found at

artnet Galleries: Landscape No. 763 by John Virtue from Marlborough Fine Art Ltd.

John Virtue is a British artist who paints monochrome landscapes by only using black ink, shellac and white paint. He combines abstraction with figurative detail on very large canvases. Virtue has .

Landscape No.268  John Virtue    Virtue uses only black and white on his work as he sees colour as unnecessary distraction He uses shellac black ink and white paint.

Landscape John Virtue Virtue uses only black and white on his work as he sees colour as unnecessary distraction He uses shellac black ink and white paint.

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