Book review: City Sketch Paris, Melissa Wood

 
Book review: <i>City Sketch Paris</i>, Melissa Wood

City Sketch Paris
Melissa Wood, Race Point Publishing, £9.99

Paris has long tapped into the artistic side of its captivated visitors, and this sketchbook-cum-guidebook invites you to get your creative juices flowing by sketching your way around the city’s sites. Doodle over partially drawn Parisian landmarks and landscapes, ranging from obvious tourist destinations – the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame – to lesser-known bistrots, festivals and boutiques. The half-completed sketches are stylised and fun and you don’t have to be a talented artist to add to them in your own way; returning home from your trip to Paris, you’ll take with you an intimate, visual diary of your personal impressions of the City
of Light. ★★★★

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With a BA in French and History of Art from the University of Bristol, Florence spent a year living in Paris, studying Art History at the Sorbonne and working in publishing. She travels regularly back to France for both work and pleasure. Florence's passion for France revolves around its gastronomy, art and pleasure-seeking lifestyle, and the rebellious streak found only in a nation constantly looking for an excuse to go on strike!

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