Watercolor Cityscape Drawings by Elena Romanova
Russian artist Elena Romanova creates vibrant watercolor drawings, portraying the cityscapes of some of the largest and most important cities in the world. Elena, currently living between London and Barcelona, manages to create order out of splashes of dripping watercolors, and makes it easy to recognize such world-wide known monuments as the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Statue of Liberty in New York, or the Coliseum in Rome. Beautiful example of modern impressionism!
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Pretty, but I don’t like the extreme scale inconguences, nor some of the chosen buildings -there are more relevant building shapes for many of the cities-. The shape of the leaks, if real, is wonderful. I don’t put it anywhere near neo -impressionism, anyway.
who said anything about neo-impressionism? It says modern impressionism, as in modern contemporary. You’re just trying to sound like you know what you’re talking about. Learn your movements.
They forgot Wellington
Love the feel of this!