Watercolor: GALLERY: Adam Van Doren's Architecture Watercolors

Using his skills in drawing and his training as an architect, Adam Van Doren is able to make precise drawings of buildings, yet he refrains from painting every surface and detail. In this online exclusive gallery, we present more of his exquisite watercolors.

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Firemen's Memorial
1992, watercolor and
charcoal on wove paper,
15 x 12.
View from the Palatine
2004, watercolor and
gouache over graphite
on tan laid paper, 14 x 21.
Collection Peter Wolf.
The French Building
2003, watercolor over
graphite on wove paper,
20 x 14. Collection the
National Architectural Trust.

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Piazza Venezia, Rome
1996, watercolor over
graphite on wove paper,
22 x 12.
Church of Santa
Maria in Montesanto

2003, watercolor over
graphite on wove paper,
23 x 15.
Trastevere Fountain
2004, watercolor and
gouache over graphite on
cream wove paper, 20 x 14.

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Borrominiâ??s Clock
Tower

2004, watercolor over
graphite on wove paper,
23 x 14.
Riverside Church
2000, watercolor with
ink over graphite on
board, 21 x 14.
Misty Tower
2000, watercolor and
ink on wove paper,
23 x 14.

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Ivy Bridge
2002, watercolor over
graphite on wove paper,
15 x 22.
Terracotta Stair
2002, watercolor over
graphite on wove paper,
23 x 14.
Classical Colonnade
2003, watercolor and
gouache over graphite on
gray laid paper, 20 x 14.

 

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