February 21, 2009

English Cottage


Thatched Cottage
Graphite Drawing.
I drew this from a photo we took while on holiday in Devon.
The Bishop’s House, Lower Street Chagford. Devon.
With its thatched roof, mullioned windows and added two-storey porch,
this is the most striking and best-preserved example of the earliest houses
surviving in the town dating from the early 16th century

©Doreen Cross

9 comments:

Pencil Sanity said...

I adore this work. There is so much detail in this drawing. Super work.

Christine said...

You do some incredible architectural work Dors! This is no exception. Very, very well done! I like it a lot!

Martina Alberts said...

Wowowowowow!!!!
Again a masterpiece. Christine is right - all your artwork on architecture is awesome. I love it.

Lori Andrews said...

Gosh Such detail, Look at all that work.! Wonderful, Hi Dors, I'm following and watching you now! :) Lori

Brenda Hill said...

Fantastic graphite work!

Christine said...

Hi Dors, please have a look over at my blog...I have a little something there for you. ;- )

Jill said...

Dors--This is beautiful--you have got a way with those pencils!

Alina Chau said...

Beautiful!!

Grahame Butler said...

Wow Dors this is fantastic work!