2nd March 2016


Hydrangeas on a garden path, by Santiago Rusinol, 1929, at Painting the Modern Garden, Royal Academy

4B pencil

15 X 15cm



About jeandrawingaday

I am a printmaker and artist, a teacher and author, a senior lecturer in the School of Education at The University of Northampton.
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2 Responses to 2nd March 2016

  1. That exhibition is so crowded I am impressed you were able to get space to stand and draw. I had never heard of this artist until this exhibition; he is a wonderful painter, a new favourite of mine now.

  2. Yes, I had to draw from glimpses through the crowds. But I loved that whole room – ‘Gardens of Silence’ and that artist in particular!

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