York minster is a stunning Gothic cathedral/church. It is called Minster due to the fact that York Minster is a protestant church. Cathedral is reserved for catholic churches. York in itself is a beautiful city and I have had the pleasure of living there for a while. So much to see and explore. I never got bored. I have produced many drawings of York’s many architectural masterpieces but in this post i would like to concentrate on York Minster.
This is a painting in acrylic that I produced over five years ago. It is a painting of just one of The churches entrances which should give you an idea of the sheer scale of this building. This painting is not technically perfect but i do rather like it. I also produced a drawing of the same view which is acurate on a technical level.
If I was to say there was an area of visual art where I do specialise. Architectural drawings would probably be it. I have produced many other drawing of views in York, some of which you can see in my fine art portfolio. Here is a close to accurate photo that I have taken since to show you the view I drew from. It is a bit more close up, so all of the detail in the artwork is not fully shown.
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