Thursday, 26 April 2018

London's squares: Tavistock and Cavendish

With the onset of spring, I've found myself lazing in London's squares more than once. These two drawings show Cavendish Square (above), handily placed behind John Lewis on Oxford Street for post-consumerist recovery, and Tavistock Square (below), which is one of many lovely Bloomsbury squares close to where I have been working at the UCL Institute of Education.

I've written a longer post about five of London's squares on the Urban Sketchers blog.

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