Jurita Kalite
Watercolor on paper, 29 x 42 cm

©J Kalite 2017

SOLD in private collection

  • Type: Watercolor on paper 
  • Unframed Dimensions (cms): h:  29   w:  42   d:  0,1
  • Framed Dimensions (cms): h:     w:   d:
  • Signed by artist Jurita Kalite

“VIEW OF THE THAMES AND PARLIAMENT IN LONDON” Painting included in Art “City View Art series” by artist’s Jurita Kalite.

Beautiful watercolor painting of the View of The Thames and Parliament in London. The view is from Waterloo – Palace of Westminster a building on the banks of the Thames in the London area of ​​Westminster, where the meetings of the British Parliament. Westminster Palace was the main royal residence of the British monarchs for 400 years.

The idea of ​​the drawing painting came to Jurita’s in 2016 when she was walking along the Old streets of the London city with her little friend yourkshiere Terier Masik. It’s a painting which have been done from the Thames River embankment with a few adjustments to get everything in! Jurita worked on this art composition of drawing in the classic style traditions, using natural light and in the open air. Because the artist wanted to capture a picture of the part of the original city.

Jurita’s a big fan of the art tradition found within the paintings. These add to our body of knowledge of what our landscape and towns and cities looked like in the. The painting refers to the early period of the artist’s work.

Below are some closeups of different parts of the painting.

  • Completion Date: 01/02/2017
  • Price (£): 960
  • Unframed Print Price (£): 100

Technique of work

The painting is painted with high quality “Winsor & Newton” artist’s watercolor paints on paper gallery quality. 
In a good frame it look all gorgeous. Now this is a very popular kind of painting.
A distinctive feature of this painting are short small brushstrokes. The picture is completely unique. Used painting technique, which excluded backup and exact repetition. The picture will always be only a single instance.


The Painting will fit in almost any interior style. Decorate a living room, office, hall or country house.

How to keep

The Painting of the allegorical flowers , oil-painted live for centuries. In this we can see by visiting any Museum of fine arts. It is important to place the painting in the interior. Away from direct sunlight, radiators and draughts. 

Provenance of a painting

The provenance of the painting is clear and under no doubt. The painting was written in the artist’s studio in London. Now the property of the artist’s family, on permanent display at the Lady Ju Art Gallery, City of Westminster, London SW1V United Kingdom. All these years, the painting was kept by the Family Gallerie of the artist Jurita Kalite’s and remained unscathed. 

This “VIEW OF THE THAMES AND PARLIAMENT IN LONDON” watercolor painting of artist Jurita Kalite submitted by Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours at their 206th Exhibition 2018 in Mall Gallery in London.

Story of Painting

History of the artist’s life Jurita Kalite inspired her for the work an unusual embodiment understanding of love in art.
Artist hope its viewers will feel and think how important to keep lucky chance of great love, our life is so shortly.

Historical and cultural value

Fame of the author, biography of the author:


March 2018 – Royal Society of British Artists Annual Exhibition, Mall Gallery, London UK  >> Catalogue here’s

November 2017 – Saatchi Screen Annual Exhibition, Saatchi Gallery, London UK  >> Catalogue here’s

October 2017  – Clauzel -B Art School exhibition, Lady Ju Gallery, London, UK >> Catalogue here’s

August 2017  – Rhythm And Movement In Art Jazz by Ms Jurita Kalite, Solo Exhibition at Lady Ju Gallery, London UK >> Catalogue here’s

March 2017  – The Flowers of Shakespeare by Ms Jurita Kalite, Solo Exhibition at Lady Ju Gallery, London UK >> Catalogue here’s

Artist’s Jurita’s Kalite’s some of painting belong to private Art collectors from Switzerland, England, Russia.

Preservation of Oil Painting

The picture is in perfect condition and safe. In the frame. Without damage. Since its inception was stored in a private gallery of the artist’s family in London. Transported for exhibitions in the gallery by all the rules for the transport of works of art, in the appropriate packaging and temperature.