One such exhibition that is currently present at the V&A is the Renaissance Watercolours Exhibition! This exhibition entails the early usage of watercolours depicting and illuminating nature in an unspecified art form, during that time. Watercolours are a free-flowing medium that enables the artist to creatively express his or her thoughts. They are easy to mix, give off a transparent or opaque effect, by the types of brush strokes used. It is a soothing form of art to watch, as pieces are intricate as well as simple.
Unwind on a Friday afternoon by exploring this collection at the V&A on Friday. The entry ticket is free, and the exhibition ends on Sunday, 8th August. Try not to miss it!
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