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Two One Half Variants of a Design for Painted Wall Decoration with Arch and Perspective View Inside (recto). Negligible diagrams and compass drawn circle (verso). Architecture Antique, Detail Architecture, Classic Architecture, Architecture Drawings, Historical Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Compass Drawing, Architectural Prints, Architectural Sketches

Anonymous, Italian, Piedmontese, 18th century | Two One Half Variants of a Design for Painted Wall Decoration with Arch and Perspective View Inside (recto). Negligible diagrams and compass drawn circle (verso). | The Met

Inscription: The recto has indicated for a measurement scale, in pen and brown ink, below design. The recto is annotated, at bottom right, in lead point or graphite: "212."Marking: No watermark

Drawn in Yorkshire – The online home of John Harrison, artist: purveyor of line drawings with watercolour Landscape Sketch, Landscape Drawings, Urban Landscape, Watercolor Landscape, Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Line Drawing, Drawing Sketches, Art Drawings

Drawn in Yorkshire

The online home of John Harrison, artist: purveyor of line drawings with watercolour

Trip down memory line: Artist draws incredibly detailed pictures of famous cities entirely from MEMORY Cityscape Drawing, City Drawing, Amazing Drawings, Detailed Drawings, Sad Drawings, Architecture Drawings, Historical Architecture, Line Artist, New York Art

Artist draws detailed pictures of cities entirely from MEMORY

Stefan Bleekrode, 28, uses his memory to sketch cities such as New York, London and Paris after he has visited them.

furtho: “Max Thalmann’s woodcut Skyscraper Under Construction, 1925 (via Black And White) ” Etching Prints, Linoprint, Magazine Cover Design, 3d Prints, Wood Engraving, Caravaggio, Linocut Prints, Woodblock Print, White Art

Max Thalmann’s “America in Woodcuts” (1925) and “The Cathedral” (1922)

German Max Thalmann (1890-1944) was a figurative artist who produced black and white woodblock prints for a short period of time between the two World Wars. For the rest of his life, he mostly worked as a graphic designer and a bookbinder, having been trained as such under Henry Van De Velde at...

View Rievaulx Abbey, Yorkshire by John Sell Cotman on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by John Sell Cotman. Watercolor Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Watercolor Art, Jules Cheret, Building Painting, Classic Paintings, Environment Concept Art, Fantasy Landscape, Environmental Art

Rievaulx Abbey Yorkshire by John SellCotman

View Rievaulx Abbey, Yorkshire by John Sell Cotman on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by John Sell Cotman.

JAMES STIRLING - axonometric drawing (elevation oblique) worms eye view statements by a series of architects on the value and use of axonometric drawings (for an exhibit of Stirlings drawings at. Architecture Graphics, Architecture Drawings, Architecture Today, Drawing Architecture, Architecture Models, Modern Architecture, Oblique Drawing, James Frazer, James Stirling

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plagiarismisnecessary: “ James Stirling & Michael Wilford Worms eye perspective, The Florey Building, Oxford (1966-71) ”

Artist: Egon Schiele Completion Date: 1917 Place of Creation: Vienna, Austria Style: Art Nouveau (Modern) Genre: sketch and study Gallery: Private Collection Tags: streets-and-squares, houses-and-buildings, Krumau Gustav Klimt, Urban Sketchers, Art Graphique, Wassily Kandinsky, Pablo Picasso, Painting & Drawing, Art History, Art Nouveau, Illustration Art

Street in Krumau, 1917 - Egon Schiele - WikiArt.org

‘Street in Krumau’ was created in 1917 by Egon Schiele in Art Nouveau (Modern) style. Find more prominent pieces of sketch and study at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

'Richmond, Yorkshire' by British artist Keith Vaughan Oil on card, x 14 in. via Offer Waterman Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Abstract Art, Oil Paintings, Richmond Yorkshire, Lawrence Lee, Environment Painting, Manchester Art, Building Art

Keith Vaughan works

'Richmond, Yorkshire' (c.1955) by British artist Keith Vaughan (1912-1977). Oil on card, 10.25 x 14 in. via Offer Waterman

Newlyn, Ben Nicholson, from Alan Cristea catalogue Line Drawing, Drawing Sketches, Painting & Drawing, Art Drawings, Art Postal, English Artists, Environment Concept Art, Collage, Gravure

Ben Nicholson (1894-1942) , Newlyn (Alan Cristea catalogue 16)

Newlyn (Alan Cristea catalogue 16)

Print, etching on paper, 'Columbarium Habitabile', Brodsky & Utkin (Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin), Paper Architecture, Architecture Drawings, Metropolis Magazine, The V&a, Russian Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Art World, Postmodernism, Printmaking

Should New York Developers Adopt The Diabolical Housing Plan Of These Two Soviet-Era Architects?

For rapacious New York developers, nothing is more inconvenient than an old house, except perhaps for old tenants who refuse to move out. Such has been the plight most recently of Joseph P. Beninati's Bauhouse Group, which has been blocked from building a luxury skyscraper on Sutton Place by the tenacity of an 81-year-old brownstone resident named Herndon Werth. In such circumstances, developers like Beninati may lust for the power of Leonid Brezhnev, the Soviet dictator who razed…

Fireworks at Parc de la Villette, Paris, by Bernard Tschumi, 1992 Architecture Mapping, Urban Architecture, Space Architecture, Parc La Villette, La Villette Paris, Sequence Diagram, Activity Diagram, Bernard Tschumi, Body Diagram

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Bernard Tschumi - Fireworks at Parc de la Villette Paris, 1992 - “The fireworks at Parc de la Villette in Paris in 1992 expanded an earlier-developed theme of fireworks as an architectural manifesto. The display became a three-dimensional and fleeting version of the organizational principle of the park: namely, the superimposition of systems of points, lines, and surfaces … A system of notation (like a partition) defines the event in space and time.”

Axonometric Projections as a Project: Drawings by Alberto Sartoris – SOCKS Love Drawings, Colorful Drawings, Construction Drawings, Built Environment, Architecture, Images, Sketches, How To Plan, Abstract

Axonometric Projections as a Project: Drawings by Alberto Sartoris

A relevant figure in the Rationalist movement, Italian-Swiss architect Alberto Sartoris (1901-1998) represented most of his projects in black and white or colorful axonometric projections. This choice of a precise representation technique is connected to his will to emphasize a rigorous...