The project for my watercolour class this week was to paint a landscape influenced by the work of Ivon Hitchens (1893-1979). Hitchens’ most well known works are semi-abstract landscapes painted in oils, and quite large in scale. To take a more bold approach I worked in gouache with quite large, flat brushes. First I painted three smaller studies:
My larger painting is here. An interesting experiment, although not much like the paintings of Hitchens, in either palette or brushstrokes.