A quarter sheet of Canson Fontenay and three colors!
Well four if you count the snow also.
Of course I could have done the snow on forehand with masking fluid,
but you never know the effect it gets.
Will it be enough, or is it to much!
And I came upon the idea after I finished the painting.
It was already a snow-scene so that was helping too!
Its a tower in Amsterdam, and one of the prettier ones!
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