2012년 1월 21일 토요일

SketchCrawl at Yakhyeon Catholic Church, Jungrim-dong

facade of the church beyond the hill, pen and watercolor, 25 x 35.3cm 
viewed from the rear side, pencil and watercolor, 29.7 x 42cm
the bell tower of the church, pen and watercolor, 25 x 35.3cm 
the reverential scene inside the church, pen and watercolor, 25 x 35.3cm 
Seosomun martyrs'memorial hall, pen and watercolor, 25 x 35.3cm
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The first catholic church built in Korea, Yakhyeon Catholic Church is an early example of Gothic architecture of the 19th century.The brickwork of Yakhyeon Catholic Church is renowned for its architectural beauty. On the occasion of the 34 Worldwide SketchCrawl we sketchers met in the precincts of the church and enjoyed sketching in and out of the historied church building all day long.
Thanks all the participants for a nice day!

댓글 4개:

Sue Pownall :

As always, great results from you on the Seoul SketchCrawl. I love all these drawings.

Lee Yong Hwan :

Thanks for your favorable comment.
Especially I like the historied buildings built of brick because of the warmhearted texture.

Lucia B. :

Wonderful drawings, you have put together a powerful mixture of nature and architecture.

Lee Yong Hwan :

Thanks for your visit to my blog and good comment. Lucia.