21 May 2019

Italian Historical Architectural Drawings

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An artist that never travels without a sketchpad, pens and pencils.
Italian Artist Giuliana Flavia Cangelosi describes herself as: "Student of Computational Design, Architectural Illustrator,Professional travel sketch and Art Director".  I have divided the drawings in this post, in two main sections: black drawings on a white background and white drawings on a black background.   I prefer the second one, even though they have less detailing in some of the cases.  They are both black and white sketches but, look at the differences, the clarity and extra contrast of the drawing, that is what I really love about them.  What do you think?

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Art from 2018.
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Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral of Florence.
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Draw often and everything you see.
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Arch of Constantine, Rome.
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Brunelleschi’s Dome.
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Catania.
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Piazza del Popolo - Ascoli Piceno.
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Mary Almsgiving.
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Basilica Mary Almsgiving in Catania.
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Roma.
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Cathedral of Palermo.
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Loreto.
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Trevi Fountain Rome.
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2 comments:

  1. All the straight lines really impressed me. Then I saw the ruler and triangle in the 2 pictures. Absolutely OK. I've often wondered at the architectural drawings if artists used tools like these.

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    1. It makes it even more amazing, when you see videos of the ones that pull straight lines freehand I will keep my eyes open for one.
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