Le Pont Royal, Paris; Thomas Shotter Boys
Watercolor and ink over graphite. Link is to zoomable version on Google Art Project; downloadable file on Wikimedia Commons; original is in the Yale Center for British Art, which also has both zoomable and downloadable files.
19th century British watercolorist Thomas Shotter Boys has given us a view of Paris that occupies that delightful space between drawing and painting — with much of the visual charm of both.
Link: Le Pont Royal, Paris; Google Art Project
One Reply to “Eye Candy for Today: Thomas Shotter Boys watercolor”
The history of Le Pont Royal is very exciting when one also learns that Liévin Cruyl from Ghent made a drawing of the reconstruction of the damaged bridge in 1686 in pen and brown ink.
Paris counts 37 bridges in all. http://paris1900.lartnouveau.com/ponts/pont_royal.htm
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