I've finished scanning in my New York sketches, so here is another batch. I spent almost all Saturday in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and it was so overwhelming (and with so many people in some areas and so few benches in another) that I only did these two tiny sketches. I had a ball, though. So much amazing art, even with half the European galleries closed. I spent time with the Dutch, with El Greco (where I met a lovely woman at his self portrait and talked landscapes, art, and trees), with the Americans of Sargent and Whistler, 19th Century landscapes, and so many other lovely paintings. It was a blast. I sketched more in the Frick and will put up a whole post of those.
Other sketches were one more from the Walter Kerr theater that I forgot I had last post and from dinner at Becco with my friend Jennifer. This last one is a larger watercolor sketchbook (8" square instead of my normal, purse-sized 5.5"). I did one sketch out on the sidewalk and a little more as dinner progressed. I always like to draw a pretty dessert.