17 Oct 2020

Architectural Watercolor Paintings

Great scenes and excellent architecture, replicated using watercolor paints.
Indian Artist Milind Mulick's father is a well-known illustrator and painter. Milind had and interest in art from a very young age. He was offered a scholarship to study art, but then opted for engineering. After graduating, art took a bigger role in his life: more painting, teaching and commercial applications as well.

He has workshops and some classes, but mostly dedicates himself to creating art these days. Both of his sons have inherited his artistic talents and the lovely part about it, is that he learns from them as well.

Most of Mulick's work is architecturally based, with urban scenes that sometimes include people: like the one outside the cafe scene. It looks very much like Paris, not 100% sure, though.

The paintings didn't have locations, but some are quite recognisable, like the Venice based ones.

Ps. I gave the images some titles.
The boat waiting to take you on a canal trip.
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Meandering road around town.
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A rainy day in the city.
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Indian architecture.
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Boats in the harbour waiting to sail you away.
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Skyline of wonderfully seasoned city.
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Cafe and outdoor seating.
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The canal is waiting to be explored.
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Boats are used as cars, to get around the city.
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A palpable atmosphere in the piazza.
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