Video of watercolor: the Louvre

I love this blog on watercolor painting. If only I could sit on the Seine River in Paris and draw & paint what I see ….

moveable paintbox

Videos of this sketch in progress can be seen  here and here (parts 1 and 2). Elizabeth made this painting of the Louvre from the banks of the Seine during our trip to Paris last September. We were steps from the Sennelier shop where they had kindly provided replacement half pans for our watercolor boxes (we use the set of 12) and new sketchbooks. Elizabeth is using a natural bristle calligraphy brush over a drawing she made with a Pigma Micron archival ink pen on lightweight sketch paper. A print of this painting is available here.

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2 Responses to Video of watercolor: the Louvre

  1. Lovely painting! Merci, too, for visiting my blog.

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