This is a view of an unusual building in the center of Prague, the Dancing House, by the architects Milunic and Gehry.  The sinuosity of art nouveau for which Prague is famous is matched with the contemporary deconstructivist style. The design of the building lends particularly well with watercolor medium. Made in situ, winter 2018, on 300gm watercolor paper with deckled edges.

- Maximilian Damico

Prague Dancing House

Watercolor painting on paper

Ready to frame

Signed on front and back

12" h x 9.5" w 
0 lbs. 2 oz.



Maximilian Damico
Brno, Czech Republic

Getting to Know Maximilian

Italian watercolorist Maximilian Damico paints primarily on location. He observes city sidewalks and intersections, looking for not the most famous scenes but the most interesting. With quick, lively brushstrokes, Maximilian captures the energy and mood of cities whether in the rain, gloom, or rush hour. The frenetic quality of city life doesn’t detract from the beauty of each scene. Maximilian’s gestural technique instead infuses liveliness in each artwork, a liveliness that makes being in a big city a never-ending thrill.