Sicily Sketchbook



ISBN: 9789814610506 Category:

Edith de la Heronniere


The newest book in the highly successful ‘Sketchbook’ series features beautiful watercolours of Sicily.

Overlooked by Etna – the highest volcano in Europe – Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean, has always excited interest because of its strategic position and the wealth of its land. Over the centuries, Sicily has come under various rulers and has had a fertile history: Carthaginian, Greek, Roman, Norman, Byzantine and now Italian. It is a model of architectural diversity and cosmopolitanism, with Roman villas, baroque palaces, medieval castles and Islamic vestiges. This book proudly unveils the many facets of Sicily, through its architecture as well as scenes from daily life. Fabrice Moireau spent weeks walking the landscapes of Sicily with his palette and his brushes to depict this land of mountains and lava, of sand and grapevine.

Additional information

Weight 1026 g
Dimensions 24.8 x 29.1 cm
Publisher name Editions Didier Millet Pte Ltd
Publication date 1 February 2018
Number of pages
Format Hardback
Dimensions 24.8 x 29.1 cm
Weight 1026 g


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Fabrice Moireau was born in 1962 in Blois, France. He is a graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d'Art in Paris. A great lover of architecture and Roman history, he strives in his watercolours to convey the subtle play of light and the atmosphere of a city or landscape. He has illustrated many publications in the Sketchbook series, including Paris Sketchbook, Rooftops of Paris, Loire Valley Sketchbook, Provence Sketchbook, Venice Sketchbook and New York Sketchbook, also published by Editions Didier Millet.