Mew Gull

Pencil and watercolor on a moleskine pad. The Mew Gull is quite a special plane, only six of these were ever built and only one survives. It was the first civil aircraft to exceed 200 miles per hour in the 1930s. I squished its proportions a little too much in my drawing, lost some of the design elegance, you can see a photo here.

mew gull

5 Responses to “Mew Gull”

  1. Thorsten Says:

    I agree on the proportions, Enrico … on the other hand: If I’d seen the exact drawn copy of the photo, I’d have thought you’d have been wrong :-) that plane really looks akward – worth another story!

    – and here’s another KLIMT-Link for you – found at drawn.ca
    http://drawn.ca/2007/12/28/iklimt/

  2. Don Says:

    Hi,
    Wow… splendid!! Reminds so much of what Miyazaki did in his sketchbook too!! Always love your drawings and paintings!

    By the way, I am heading to San Fransisco very soon. May I visit you??

  3. Man Arenas Says:

    one more watercolor beautiful piece of art to collect.

  4. Enrico Says:

    Thorten – yah I have seen that link too from drawn, nice website. I have so many Klimt books though that the galleries on the site feel a little skimpy.

    Don- thanks man. Not sure if I’ll be able to, just got back into work …

    Man Arenas- thanks man. I love your work … your blog is always super inspiring. Your piece for the art benefit in May 07 was stunning !! Wish I had won it, Ronnie got it instead. X)

    enrico

  5. Karen Says:

    I enjoy the colors!