This is part of the view of a mountain village, seen from the balcony of the cottage I was living and working in during one summer. I liked to watch how quickly the colors of the landscape changed during a storm, and how easily the calm and serene atmosphere became dramatic and troubled under the assault of the heavy clouds.
I captured the image on paper, painting it with watercolors.
The drawing is already fixed with paper glue on a white pass-par-tout (a larger and thicker paper in proportional dimensions with the drawing), so that is ready to be framed. But if you prefer another color for the pass-par-tout, it can be removed and replaced.
However, for artistic reasons and for better keeping and transportation, I consider to be safer to reinforce the drawing this way.
paper, professional watercolors