Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Here we go, ... part. II

So here they are, all my work of a few days away.

During some heavy rain I hide in several Churches in Delft
and discovered that making drawings with a matchstick and Indian ink
is a good way to spend time and do some practice.


"Natland." Delft.


"Havenkade Maassluis."


Nieuwe kerk II. Delft.
(Here all the members of our royalty are buried.


Oude kerk I. Delft.
(Vermeer is buried in this Church, you even can visit his tombstone!)


Oude kerk II Delft.


Two windmills, Maasland.


"Strandafslag s Gravenzande." 's Gravenzande, Holland.


"Net om de hoek." s Gravenzande, Holland


Delft.


Maria van Jesse kerk. Delft.

Nieuwe kerk. Delft.

So that's it, ... I need a vacation hehehe

8 comments:

Suzanne McDermott said...

Loads and loads of wonderful things to look through. I'll take my time and am looking forward to it. Great drawings of the interiors. I'm reminded of Saenredam.

Don Gray said...

Great group of drawings and paintings--nice job! You've worked hard--you deserve that vacation!

Lani Vlaanderen said...

Wow! I am so inspired by the paintings and the drawings! What a trip, and to see the grave of Vermeer! As always your work has captured the essence of your subject.

Liza Hirst said...

Loved looking through your work, Rene. Everytime I visit your blog it is even better than the last time! Very inspiring - thank you!

Sheila Vaughan said...

Rene, great stuff all of it, but that little sketch with the windmills!!!

Susan's Scribbles said...

Love the drawings Rene. Always enjoy visiting your sight and learning more about your country.

Roxanne Steed said...

What beautiful work & beautiful places! - has a feeling of Edward Seago's work - so moody, & a great "sense of place".

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Beautiful sketches.