Amsterdam Sketchbook

Graham Byfield. (watercolorist)
Hinke Wiggers. (Author)

30.00

  • Text in French
  • Take a walk along the canals of Amsterdam through the beautiful watercolors by Graham Byfield and the captivating words of Hinke Wiggers.
  • 290 x 250 mm — 96 pages
ISBN: 978-2-87868-113-0

Stroll along the winding streets and unique atmosphere of Amsterdam. The watercolors by artist Graham Byfield and the captivating words of Hinke Wiggers take you on a journey to the Venice of the North.

 

The capital of the Netherlands immortalized in a watercolor sketchbook

Amsterdam is a city that charms with its rich history, artistic heritage, and unique architecture. Thanks to the fascinating watercolors by Graham Byfield, we rediscover the very essence of the Venice of the North in this beautiful travel book. Enjoy discovering or rediscovering its narrow streets, canals, picturesque bridges, and bustling squares.

 

Amsterdam, a city of art and history

The capital of the Netherlands is renowned for its artistic heritage. You’ve undoubtedly heard of its ingenious canals and narrow-gabled houses dating back to the city’s Golden Age.

In this watercolor sketchbook, the history and culture of this dynamic city come to life for the pleasure of readers. Each sketch is accompanied by the expertise of Hinke Wiggers, an art historian and specialist in Dutch history.

Prepare for an immersive artistic and cultural experience with the book “Amsterdam Sketchbook.” Whether you’re an art lover or a passionate traveler, order your copy today and let yourself be charmed by the timeless beauty and charm of Amsterdam.

Graham Byfield.

Graham Byfield’s watercolors illustrate several books dedicated to the most beautiful cities in the world. During the first part of his career, this artist worked primarily in the Far East as a graphic designer and advertising creator. He then became closely interested in local cultures and various architectural styles. Today, Graham Byfield owns an art gallery on the island of Minorca and works as a full-time artist.

Hinke Wiggers.

After studying history, Hinke Wiggers joined the Historical Museum of the City of Amsterdam in 1975, where she collaborated on several research projects and publications. In 1990, she specialized in Dutch art history and contributed to the multimedia presentation of the collections of the Rijksmuseum. Hinke Wiggers is one of the co-authors of “Histoire d’Amsterdam,” published in five volumes between 2004 and 2007.

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