Andy Bleck

Brush Drawings

(All made in London)

Tate, Side Entrance

Tate., Turner exhibition

V & A, Constable exhibition

Tate Modern, Roy Lichtenstein exhibition

Tate Modern, Roy Lichtenstein exhibition

Covent Garden


Manet exhibition, Royal Accademy

Manet exhibition, Royal Accademy

Manet exhibition, Royal Accademy

National Gallery, Hobbema

Boat Race, Twickenham

British Museum

British Museum

Silver Jubilee Procession, Trafalgar square

British Museum

Couple of Lions, alledgedly from the Great Exhibition

V & A, Rokoko

Lion in Brompton cemetery

Canova exibit at Wallace Collection

Putney Bridge

Victorian Warehouse in Chelsea, now torn down

Vauxhall bus shelter

Second Hand Bookshop, 'Any Amount of Books'

British Museum

Second Hand Bookshop, 'World's End Bookshop', Kings Road

The Painted Hall, Greenwich

Hampstead Hill Rise

Clapham Junction

Art Deco-ish building, Southfields

Filmset, Greenwich Naval Hospital

National Gallery

Cromwell in front of Parliament (done just before they put up that disgusting fence)



Service inside City Church

Cafe next to St James, Piccadilly

Quick sketch, Sheen

Quick sketch, Hyde Park Corner

Richmond Park (the duck on the right was being excluded from the others for some reason)

Pub on Albert Embankment (the office building has been demolished)

Temple Inn

Richmond Park

Holland Park

Statues by Chinese artist Wei Wei, still under wraps (huge animal heads)

Canaletto exhibition advert outside National Gallery

Tate Gallery

Exhibition Road under redevelopment (side entrance, Natural History Museum)

British Museum, at the top floor of the Great Court

British Museum

British Museum, Elgin's Marbles

St Martin in the Fields

Great Portland Street Tube Station

Greenwich Naval Hospital

Proms, Albert Hall

Russel Square, Great Russel Street

These below were done with watercolour (I had misplaced the ink). I like these three as they are, but on the whole they look better in full colour.

Waterloo Road (near Waterloo Station)

Bandstand, Kensington Gardens

British Museum

and another technique: felt tip pen