Cityscape Art

Draw a Street Scene With One-Point Perspective

Around Town In this lesson, Grant Fuller teaches how to draw a Street Scene in  One-Point Perspective from Start Sketching and Drawing Now. This will be a one-point perspective drawing from the street level with a single vanishing point. Materials acid-free art paper Graphite 2H, HB, 2B wooden pencils Other kneaded...

Blue Dress (oil, 16x20) by Vincent Giarrano

Vincent Giarrano | Painter of Cityscapes and Interiors

“I started drawing at an early age, 8 or 9,” says Vincent Giarrano, reflecting upon his long career as a painter and as an illustrator for DC and Marvel comic books. “By age 12, it was all I wanted to do.” He received a bachelor of fine arts degree from the...

Painting a Rainy City with John Salminen

The tour group members standing in the hotel lobby were scaling back their expectations for a day of fun-filled activities as they peered through the windows at the steady rain. Their first bite of the Big Apple—New York City—wasn’t what they’d anticipated. As I watched, sipping a cup of strong New...

East River and Bridges (oil, 15x20) by Diana Horowitz

Diana Horowitz | Atmospheric Urban Landscapes

Diana Horowitz received a bachelor of fine arts degree from the State University of New York at Purchase College and a master of fine arts degree from Brooklyn College. She has taught drawing and painting at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Tyler School of Art in Rome and...

Broadway Barber (oil, 36x36) by Max Ferguson

Max Ferguson | Cityscapes, Interiors and Figures Painted in Oil

A New Yorker by birth, Max Ferguson comes from a long line of lawyers—and a father whose hobby was painting. Max returned the favor by making his father his principal model. The younger Ferguson studied animation at New York University, changing his major to painting after he spent his junior year...