This was done back when I was in my preparatory class.
Color composition course, we had this subject which still remains in my mind one of the best we had this year.
We were to choose an artist, whether a classical one, (a painter for example) or an illustrator, a cartoonist or whatever.
Then, we had to choose between two subjects: either the Eiffel tower or the Statue of Liberty.
Finally we had to illustrate our subject, like the chosen artist would have done it.
I mean, we had to imagine the way the artist would have thought of the subject, the aspect he would have given to it, and that was also a huge work of research on what were the techniques used by that artist.
I chose Enki Bilal for his style, since I was really interested to work on his technique which is very complicated, although the result shows homogeneity.
As you can see, the Statue of Liberty was the one I chose, for Enki Bilal had already illustrated the Eiffel tower.
I thought of a desertic landscape, and of showing the city only in a small part.
Several media were used, mainly acrylic paint.
(Sorry for the scanning process problems, but this is a 50*65 cm format scanned with a A4 scanning device. I had to scan several times and to join the parts together.)