Onteora church. Onteora is the indian name for Catskills. Built in 188something, I think. It is not far from us, walking distance. Overlooking arboretum, breathtaking view of the mountains. Built from stone. In 1883 Onteora Park was founded by rich New Yorkers as a private summer retreat, many famous artists and writers been and sketched there. I found very interesting publication online, newspaper The Critic from 1898, an illustrated monthly review of Arts, Literature and Life. So cool!
I used Dr. Martin’s Ink and my newest invention portable brush, because my travel Windsor and Newton brush broke while finishing Aubele’s drawing.

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