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by Roger White
Many facets of Oxford are recorded here, as Graham Byfield strolls with his sketchpad through college gateways, courtyards and gardens, along broad streets and narrow alleyways, into great ceremonial buildings and cosy medieval pubs.
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Editions Didier Millet
(first published September 15th 2005)
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(More pictures on my blog)
Another beautiful sketchbook by Graham Byfield, this time covering Oxford.
It collects the watercolour sketches of exquisite architecture with examples of Gothic, Georgian and Classical buildings. Graham Byfield covers the walkways, ceremonial buildings, gardens, rooms and hallways and the areas where students can be found mingling.
The book was published in 2005. His style is still loose but I think the pencil lines are more defined here as compared to his other books. T ...more