One of the most appealing things about the architectural profession was the art of drawing by hand. With the growth of technology, hand drawings have become very rare in architectural offices and schools. Minty Sainsbury, a talented artist has contributed in keeping the art of architectural drawing alive with her intricate illustrations. These drawings take a lot of patience, passion, and are solely drawn in pencil. Here are 7 Photorealistic Architectural Pencil Drawings.
:: 1 :: Oxford Univerisity
:: 2 :: San Simeone Piccolo In Venice
:: 3 :: Milan Cathedral
:: 4 :: View To The Duomo In Florence
:: 5 :: St Paul’s Cathedral London
:: 6 :: Street View In Vienna
:: 7 :: Canterbury Street, London
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