Drawing Viterbo
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Every July, Fred Lynch travels to the central Italian city of Viterbo and spends hours sitting in the shade, drawing from observation. Hunched ov… Read More
Every July, Fred Lynch travels to the central Italian city of Viterbo and spends hours sitting in the shade, drawing from observation. Hunched over his sketchbook, he faces his favorite subjects: sun-splashed piazzas, odd ancient houses and quiet cobblestone alleys, most of which he finds within the walls of the small medieval city of Viterbo, sixty miles north of Rome. Fred Lynch is a professor and chair of the Illustration Department at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, Massachusetts. Fred is also a professor in the Illustration Department at Rhode Island School of Design (his alma mater). Read Less
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Drawing Viterbo
Sketches from a Medieval City 
Every July, Fred Lynch travels to the central Italian city of Viterbo and spends hours sitting in the shade, drawing from observation. Hunched over his sketchbook, he faces his favorite subjects: sun-splashed piazzas, odd ancient houses and quiet cobblestone alleys, most of which he finds within the walls of this small medieval city.

Fred Lynch is an illustrator, artist and professor of Illustration at Montserrat College of Art
and Rhode Island School of Design, his alma mater.

More of Fred's Italian Drawings can be seen at his blog, Siesta Sketches.
Fred's illustration and artwork can be found at his website, FredLynch.com

Drawing Viterbo, the self published book, can be found at Blurb.

©Fred Lynch  All rights reserved.
Siesta in Bagnaia
Bomarzo's Mouth of Hell
Overlooking Orvieto
By The Train Tracks in Bagnaia
A Student Draws in San Pellegrino
Dark Shadows
The Courtyard
The Line to the Cinema
The Wine Bar by Piazza Morte
Siesta Stroll
Santa Rosa's Fountain
Home of the Templars
Outskirts of Town
Three Doors Down
The Skinny House of Perugia
The Swimming Hole at Vulci
The Hunter of Soranno
Piazza del Gesu, Viterbo
Through the House, Viterbo, Italy