Friday, 29 May 2009

Roman Baths, Bath

This painting depicts tourists in front of the Roman Baths (after which Bath is named). You can see the statues in the back ground, these over look the one of the hot baths. The baths were originally built here as a hot mineral spring surfaces at this point. Translucent inks are great for creating lighting effects. The painting has a strong sense of the layers making up the fore, middle and background due to colour tints.

Tourist in front of the Roman Baths, Bath. Ink on paper (A3)


Elizabeth Seaver said...

I really like this one. It has great sense of depth. The intense colors of your work appeal to me.

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