Medieval Walled City


#doodlewashMay2021 prompts: City & Stone.

Did you know that medieval cities were surrounded by mortared stone walls. These were walls were nearly impenetrable at the time, but limited city expansion. Houses were built taller and taller to make room for growing populations.

Zenso Watercolor on Hahnemühle Rough The Collection Watercolor paper using a ZenArt Black Tulip brush. Reference photo courtesy of Parker_West on Pixabay.

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4 thoughts on “Medieval Walled City

  1. You know me….such a fan of neutrals, gray, sepia, Holbein lavender, buff….Paynes’ gray, neutral tint! 😉

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