Original artwork description:

The Barbarossa-ruin in the Dutch city of Nijmegen is a remnant of the Valkhof castle of Charlemagne, a palace which was built in 1155 by Emperor Frederick Barbarossa. PleinAir drawing.
Reedpen drawing in sepia ink, washed with watercolor

Materials used:

sepia ink, washed with some watercolor

Tags:
#ruin #ruined abbey #ruined castle 
Barbarossa chapel (2015)
Ink drawing
by Jan Baggen

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Original artwork description
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The Barbarossa-ruin in the Dutch city of Nijmegen is a remnant of the Valkhof castle of Charlemagne, a palace which was built in 1155 by Emperor Frederick Barbarossa. PleinAir drawing.
Reedpen drawing in sepia ink, washed with watercolor

Materials used:

sepia ink, washed with some watercolor

Tags:
#ruin #ruined abbey #ruined castle 
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Jan Baggen

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I am active as a draftsman, painter, illustrator and publicist. I paint and draw much outside "Plein air", mainly in the neighborhood. Weekly I draw to "live model" in which... Read more

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