Preserving  History and the Craftmanship of Victorian Homes in New Hampshire through Illustration

by Joshua Ramalhinho
Artist Statement

I have always been interested in the history and appreciated the craftsmanship of Victorian houses. They are relics from another time – each one with a different character and a unique story to tell. Exploring the distinctive physical identities these houses present is the focus of my capstone exhibition.

Using graphite pencil as the medium, I have created a series of drawings of Victorian houses in New Hampshire that test my drawing skills in perspective with the challenges that historical architecture presents.

Contact Joshua at:

josh.ramalhinho@gmail.com

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G.O. Sanders House, 10 Derry Street, Hudson (NH). It was built in 1873-1875 by New Hampshire architect George Sanders. French Second Empire style architecture.