Back in New York, Part 2

More from New York. An unusually warm spring weekend. Naturally, everyone seemed to turn up to walk the High Line. Perfect for crowd-sketching.

high_line

Sketches from the Met. The temple of Dendur. I am always amazed at what it must take to move a whole temple complex from Egypt to New York.
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Jali and Museum Guard. From the Islamic wing at the Met.
met_islamic

And finally, the Met’s Great Hall.
Met_great_hall

Here is Part 1 of this series of sketches from New York. More coming soon.
And, all my sketches from my trip to the city, as I post them,  here on flickr.

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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6 Responses to Back in New York, Part 2

  1. Virginia Hein says:

    Love these drawings, Suhita! A visit to the Met to me is like going to the ultimate church! Especially love your drawing of Temple of Dendur…the first time I saw it I was stunned, and still rush to see it first when I arrive there.

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  2. I especially like the museum guard! You captured a lot here!

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