Pen drawing Sepia of the Hartebrugkerk in Leiden Netherlands Line drawing.
The Hartebrugkerk is a church in the Dutch city of Leiden. The church is part of the parish of the Saints Petrus and Paulus. The official name is Onze Lieve Vrouw Onbevlekt Ontvangen. The church is named after the bridge of the same name. Among the people of Leiden the church is also known as the Coeliekerk, after the last word of the Latin motto above the entrance, Hic Domus Dei est et Porta Coeli (This is the house of God and the gate to heaven, Genesis 28.17).
As a child, there was already a predilection for visual art. As a technician, I was always creative in products, services and working methods. In later years, more time was taken for my art (photography) passion.
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