With one and a half million visitors per month, Stonehenge is one of the most popular attractions in Great Britain. The stones offer an appearance as recognizable as the Mona Lina. Nevertheless, the monument did not always receive careful treatment. Some stones disappeared in local construction projects. The first tourists used pieces of leftover parts as a souvenir. Festivals and demonstrations took place on the site. Campaigners made their point on the columns. In the 60s for example. This drawing gives an impression of what that looked like. The authorities have removed the paint. Unfortunately that was not possible without damaging the stones. This shows once again that appreciation per person and over time can be very different.
Watercolor pencil and fine-liner on paper, 30 x 23 cm.
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