This Grade ll listed gatehouse was designed by Alfred Waterhouse (1830-1905) and built in the 1860s by T H Wyatt. It is described as being of asymmetrical composition in a French Renaissance style.
This building often appears on the internet in photographs but this may be the first drawing, albeit a tad stylised.
A4 pen and ink with shading. POA.
This lovely Cotswold cottage was isolated from the rest of the row for a special anniversary present. Specific details were included at the commissioners request.
The texture of the honey coloured stone lends itself to the pen and ink technique.
If you need a gift for a special occasion coming up, why not a caricature of their house? Contact me to discuss details.