23 Oct 2020

Drawings of European Architecture

Even though it is a very small proportion of the European Architecture out there, it groups some extremely fine examples.
Max Kerly is a London based Artist/Illustrator. As you have probably guessed from the images below, he specialises in architectural drawings.

On some of his works, you can work out the approximate scale of the drawing; the odd hand or pen, gives it away. They are not very big drawings, but the amount of precisely executed detailing, in such a small space is what really impresses.

That is why the first three slots are dedicated to the "Pavillon Turgot, Louvre" which you can see with 2 extra closeup details.

It's these minute elements that when seen as a whole showoff the drawing in all its splendour.

Enjoy these buildings and Kerly's representation of them.
Pavillon Turgot, Louvre 1.
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Pavillon Turgot, Louvre 2.
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Pavillon Turgot, Louvre 3.
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Buckingham Palace.
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Buckingham Palace Detail.
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Tudor house, Southampton.
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Palace of Versailles France.
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Hotel De Ville, Paris.
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St Paul's Cathedral, London.
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St Peters Basilica, Vatican City.
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Rome shops and homes.
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