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Old 03-01-2012, 07:41 PM
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Antonin2 Antonin2 is offline
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Hails from France
3 new ones

5x7 oil on linen

8x10 oil on canvas

and here is a quick portrait

8x10 oil on board

C&C welcome ! Thank you for looking !
"The freshness of their canvases has invigorated art. After seeing their unpolished canvases, even the carefully finished paintings seemed boring and old." - Ilya Repin
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Old 03-02-2012, 03:42 PM
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Re: 3 new ones

3 more good ones. Especially like #2.

I can well imagine how great it would be to be able to copy/study Sisley directly in a museum.

I checked out Ulrich Gleiter, impressive; no wonder he attracted your attention, and now mine.

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Old 03-02-2012, 09:48 PM
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Re: 3 new ones

Now we're talking!! My bad eyes can see these!

Great work Antonin! Lovely brushwork in the first, but I'm particularly impressed with the 2nd painting. Incredible atmosphere and effective use of color. Carlson talks about being reserved in the use of color to make a painting go beyond the average to making it great. Essentially he's talking about mastering the use of subtlety, which makes a painting more believable to the viewer. To me these are great examples of that. Your color notes feel right and they sing without shouting. It takes a good eye to pull that off.

You have it!!

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