Impressive Watercolor Paintings Of Famous Old European Landmarks
Keila-Joa Waterfall. Estonia
Ancient European architecture lends itself beautifully to watercolor art and inspires countless artists to this day. But it isn’t just talent that’s necessary to capture the spirit of a certain place, vision is just as important as the ability to paint a certain location accurately.
In my opinion, Russia-based graphic designer and watercolor artist Eleanor Mill has an exceptional talent for understanding and converting the spirit of a certain place on paper. Eleanor travels throughout the world, making several live sketches of each subject matter and then creating a final painting in her studio. Mill mostly focuses on European architecture, and in this collection of artworks, I’ll showcase Mill’s artworks across different locations across Europe.
Sun twinkles in Tallinn
«The truce under the shade of the golden age» Aachen. Germany
Oteppe, Liege, Belgium
Beautiful Frankfurt with Glühwein and Christmas market
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Saint Petersburg Botanical Garden
Hvar Town, Hvar Island, Croatia
Citadel of Namur, Belgium
Reinhardstein Castle, Belgium