Leaning tower of Pisa, plein air watercolour

Leaning tower of Pisa, plein air watercolour
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This is super, Mark. I could never paint without drawing first. Love this. Did you buy a Michael Kors bag or a Rolex watch while you were there? 😀

Thanks Seth...no watches purchased, did have a nice plate of clam linguine and a crodino.

Another challenging subject for plein air work but a very good result.

Wondeerful painting, Mark.

Brilliant Mark. Last time in Pisa I broke my foot on the uneven paving - happy memories!

Wow, that is so good. Couldn't cope myself without drawing out first. I like the idea of the photo too.

Thanks all for your comments. I wasn't that keen on visiting Pisa and wanted to go straight to Lucca, however I rather liked it. Maybe no need to ever go there again, rather like Tuscan baked cod and chick peas :( I am already planning a return to Lucca and the rest of Tuscany.

I felt I was going to fall over the edge at the top because I went up before they had any railings!?

I like how you simplify buildings and figures and such a busy scene.

Posted on Sat 05 May 19:18:06
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29/04/2018
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Painted in my moleskine without using any drawing out.

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Mark Buck

Mark Buck, studied for a degree in illustration at Bower Ashton Art College in Bristol. He has illustrated for magazines, newspapers, books, advertising hoardings and played guitar at the Jazz Cafe in London, on occasion with Bo Diddley. Mark paints watercolour in an energetic and loose style,…

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