Round Church, a landmark in Cambridge, is only one of four round churches in England, and dates from the 12th century, built around 1130. Its rotunda and distinctive shape is said to be inspired by the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
This is a ink and watercolour sketched plein air in March 2016 on a heavyweight watercolour paper.
Drawing will be sent unframed in a reinforced envelope. Please contact me if you would like to add a mount or a frame to the order.
The size refers approximately to the size of the paper.
(c)Pragya Agarwal 2016, all rights reserved.
Part of the 'An Artwork a Day' challenge collection
Pen, watercolour, paper