Watphratthat-Lumpang Luang, Thailand

8 1/2″ x 11″ graphite drawing on Canson paper of a temple in Thailand. After a photograph posted for reference on http://www.wetcanvas.com/ by member “Ai”. Her art can be seen at http://aiarts.blogspot.com/.
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4 thoughts on “Watphratthat-Lumpang Luang, Thailand

  1. Beautiful drawing. I visited Thailand, to teach English for a couple of months, a few years ago. The architecture there is amazing. Your drawing shows it off well.

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