Original Watercolor The Blue Curtains Urbex Beirut
Behold the poignant narrative captured in this evocative watercolor. Sometimes, abandonment speaks volumes, revealing the true scars of neglect etched into the soul of this once-glorious Lebanese house, standing proud a century ago. The azure curtains, a Mediterranean emblem, symbolize the timeless battle against the sun.
Inspired by a photograph from James Kerwin's Urbex explorations, this painting breathes life into the fractures and echoes of a bygone era, preserving the haunting beauty of decay and the silent stories it holds.
- Painted on an Arches paper, 300gr
- size of the painting is 40 x 30 cm
- comes with a passepartout ready to be framed
“I bought a lamp at [beyt] and it’s such happiness therapy! I look at it, recognize its beauty and everything linked with it.”
— LYNN D.