2011년 9월 22일 목요일

at the Jeoldusan Martyrs' Shrine, Habjeongdong, Seoul

sketched a panoramic view looking at the sign board,
oil pen, 21 x 29.5cm

pen and watercolor, 24.3 x 35cm

pen and watercolor, 24.3 x 35cm

pen and oil pastel,  24.3 x 35cm

pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.5cm

pen and oil pastel, 21 x 29.5cm

pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.5cm

pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.5cm

pen and watercolor, oil pastel, 21 x 29.5cm

pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.5cm

pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.5cm
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Jeoldusan Martyrs' Shrine is one of the famous historical sites remaining in Korea. It's located on the banks of the Han River on the east side of the Yanghwa Ferry Point crossing, the top of a small cliff rises high. The construction of the Shrine began on 1966, the 100th anniversary of the Pyong-in Persecution, and was completed in 1967. 103 Saints were canonized on 1984. A few days ago, I visited the Shrine and drew some sketches with a reverential attitude.

댓글 2개:

Sue Pownall :

What fabulous energy you have got into these drawings. I especially like the top one with its difficult perspective, which you've captured well.

Lee Yong Hwan :

I described "sketched a panoramic view looking at the sign board, 21 x 29.5cm" on urbansketchers.org. But on my blog, I missed it.
The holy space is located on the hilltop, I could'nt capture overall view on the spot as far as the eye could reach, and so I did. Thanks for your comment.