2012년 3월 18일 일요일

sketches at Saemal Cafe, Hannamdaegyo of Han River, Seoul

a panorama of Sinsa-dong viewed from Saemal Cafe, pen and watercolor, 24.5 x 35.2cm
another sketch at the same spot, pen, 24.5 x 35.2cm
a panorama of Hannam-dong village viewed from the cafe,  pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.6cm
a panoramic view over Hannamdaegyo in front of the cafe, pen,  21 x 29.6cm
a complete view of Hannam Saemal Cafe, pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.6cm
a scenery from beneath the bridge, pencil and watercolor, 21 x 29.6cm
a scenery of the supports for the bridge, pen and watercolor, 21 x 29.6cm
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Hannam Saemal Cafe, which was the first completed Hangang viewing cafe, and is the ideal place to rest on a river walk. The cafe building is four-stories high with public spaces on the first two floors and the cafe itself on the third and fourth floors, the latter of which is an indoor viewing deck affording wonderful views of the Han River, Hannamdaegyo Bridge and Namsan Mountain.
The weather was so good, and I sketched a lot of attractive sceneries around the cafe here and there excitingly. Welcome to new participants and hope to continue seeing!

댓글 2개:

Perrine Renoir :

your use of purple is convincing --- urban nooks are usually grey but you vamped those grey nicely :) great post :)

Lee Yong Hwan :

Thanks a lot. You sized up my sketches accurately. I always look at all the urban nooks with a deep affection.