Drawing the interiors of City of London churches

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I started drawing the interiors of churches in the City of London in the Autumn of 2005.  Initially as part of a project to "Draw the Bigger Inner Space" which focused on the interior of St Paul's Cathdral. 

Information about the churches in the City of London can be found at  http://www.cityoflondonchurches.com/ which has an excellent map and a whole page devoted to each church.  Here are the links to churches I've drawn so far: 

  • St Paul's Cathedral - Drawings of St Pauls Cathedral are executed on Fabriano Artistico cut from a roll to make a support larger than a normal sketchbook. 
  • St Stephen, Walbrook (which is supposed to have the most beautiful interior of all Wren's chruches) and
  • St Bartholomew the Less (the church serving Barts Hospital - the oldest hospital in England).

All other drawings are a double page spread (A3 size) across an A4 size Daler Rowney hardback black sketchbook.