1 Feb 2021

Nighttime Urban Paintings

Paintings of the city as it makes its transition into nighttime.
Indian artist Nanasaheb Yeole paints different kinds of city scenes, in color and black and white. It is the latter that I really like and chose to hang up on this post today.

A wall full of beautiful paintings, which you can walk through with your eyes. The difference is that when you admire them in a gallery, you walk left to right or vice-versa. On this post eyes are used, you go from top to bottom or vice-versa, but without mooing.

Lovely urban scenes, adorned with amazingly designed architecture, Enjoy the art and your visual walk through the city.

Ps. I gave the images some titles.
Out on a rainy day.
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A view of the market.
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A view of the market later that evening.
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A horse drawn carriage.
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A beacon in the middle of town.
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Blue highlights.
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A view of the city from above.
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The light dims and the city lights come on.
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The waterway.
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A merchant going to market.
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  1. these remind me of some artist, but can't quite put a name to it. i like the 'black and white' the most. i think i would like them even better if they had no color at all. like a black and white movie. the mind then puts the color in and it can change w the minds eye. to me, color limits that, but i'm a black and white movie fan so.....

    1. Interesting process. Thank you for sharing it.

      As far as liking pure black and white, I know what you mean it really brings out the details and the overall feel of the image in a very different way that color does. I love that aspect of B&W art.

      Enjoy the rest of your day. 🌿️🌺️🌿️


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