Snowfield behind the church. Painted with melted snow as I forgot to bring water. All done standing up as everything was wet and cold. Snow blew from the roof of the church and fell on the picture.
The Temple of Sainte-Croix, Protestant Church. Constructed 1747 on the ruins of a previous building destroyed by fire in 1744. Drawn on location and coloured at the Hotel de France. About 20 min to draw, standing in the road.
3 thoughts on “Snow in Sainte-Croix”
Thank you! These are sketches in a journal-type notebook – so you are spot on.
Excellent. Reminds me of the journals I make when on holiday.