Keith Hornblower FSAI

Following a career in structural engineering and subsequently architecture, Keith was drawn to the noble art of architectural illustration. Completely self taught, he drew inspiration from the great illustrators of the past; in particular, William Walcot whose loose and atmospheric renderings are as powerful now as the day they were painted.

Over the years he has produced a diversity of work from palaces for sheikhs to Chateau Latour for the World Atlas of Wine.

His non-illustrative work is increasingly in demand and he was recently recruited by Winsor and Newton as a demonstrator in the art of watercolour, a medium which has been his passion from the very beginning.

Art Work


‘Sagrada Familia’

 Watercolour (Framed) 61cmx76cm


‘Louis Vuitton, Gstaad’

Watercolour (framed)



‘Southbank Shadows’

Watercolour (Framed) 50cmx61cm

 ’Irmi’s Roses’

Watercolour (Framed) 50cmx38cm