'Restaurant in Colmar, Alsace, France 2015.
'Warsaw's Palace of Culture and Science, 2015.
'Leominster Town Hall, 2001.
Preliminary working sketch in pencil -
'Going in at the Back. The Iranian Embassy Siege, 1980. 2017.
'Artist's Home, 2016.
Jungle house, Borneo 2016.
Signed limited prints of images below are available. Kindly contact Peter for more information.
Concentrating on pencil and pen & ink focusing mainly on architecture, Peter Whyte-Venables began drawing in 1985.
His initial commissions were from Prince Charles, Princess Michael of Kent, Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford (of Genesis), Gladiator star Oliver Reed, ITN presenter Sandy Gall, and Hannibal Lector actor Anthony Hopkins (plus a few others only those Brits of a certain age would recognise, such as BBC newsreader Sue Lawley and BBC R1 presenter Simon Bates).
Typically he draws to order - everyone has their own favourite building, whether it's a palace they visited on holiday or the church in which they got married or even their own home. Peter has just embarked upon a collection of buildings of Jewish significance, initially in Warsaw, but eventually to include other Polish cities.
He is currently working on a portrait of Warsaw's Palace of Culture and Science, commissioned by a client in New Zealand, and a scene from Warsaw's Praga district for a Polish client.
Peter is always pleased to discuss your ideas and needs. Feel free to contact Peter on email@example.com, (+48) 538 416 665, or visit his page on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/pwhytevenables/
The majority of drawings are A3 size with the others a more manageable A4. Both sizes are the same price: £80/ 80Euro/ US$100/ 350PLN . [Prices include post and packing as necessary].
Sukiennice, Krakow, Poland 2017. Private sale.
'Louhans, La Bresse, France 2006.
Muranow, Warsaw 2017.
Harley Davidson motorcycle engine, 2017.
'ul. Freta 16, Nowe Miasto, Warsaw, birthplace of Marie Sklodowska-Curie, now a museum'.
Old Town Market Square, Gdansk. Pastel crayon and pencil on 200gm cartridge paper.
Palace of Culture and Science
St Paul's Cathedral, London 2017.
'Dutch Windmill, 1986.
''Going in At the Front', 2018.