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St.Stephen’s Basilica is in Budapest, Hungary is the most important church building in Hungary, one of the most significant tourist attractions and the third highest church in Hungary. The building was planned and built in 1851 by József Hild in classical style and continued by Miklós Ybl, who added a neo-renaissance taste to the original concepts. The inner layout and the completion of the building in 1905 are the work of József Krausz. The architectural style is Neo-Classical; it has a Greek cross ground plan. The façade is anchored by two large bell towers. In the southern tower is Hungary’s biggest bell, weighing over 9 tons. Because of great details in its architecture, in this art, I draw the entrance of The Basilica. I use Winsor Newton’s Indian Black Ink and Uni Pin Water Proof Technical Drawing Pen. Ink helps me to give the shadows and more inspired and emotionally strong.

**Artwork fits into following IKEA’s frames: RIBBA (Frame, high gloss, gray; Frame, black) and VIRSERUM (Frame, dark brown; Frame, white).

Materials used:

Ink and Pen

Budapest St. Stephen's Basilica (2016)

$600

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