This is probably one of my personal favourites for watercolour paintings. This drawing just allows the viewer to see the great difference in contrast and tone from the light source. As you can see, the light source piercing through the windows are yellow/orange-ish whilst fading gradually to blue and dark grey. I love it!
Mieczyslaw Berman (Polish, 1903–1975) | Lindbergh II | 1927 | Exposure to Russian Constructivist poster design and to collages and photomontages by László Moholy-Nagy, Kurt Schwitters, and Hannah Höch provided sources of inspiration for the Constructivist collages he began to make in 1927. In 1930, when he discovered the political photomontages of John Heartfield published in "AIZ" ("Arbeiter Illustrierte-Zeitung"), his interest shifted to its potential as a political tool.