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Old 10-05-2017, 06:18 PM
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Tall Sea - oil on canvas 6" x 16" (xposted to Marine Art)

This time I fancied seeing what I could do on a tall thin canvas, this one influenced by Claude's Sea Port.

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Excellent water!
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Excellent water!

I agree, waves and foam very lovely. The waves do seem kind of stacked though - all about same length, all one directly behind the other. I think it would work better if some were longer or shorter, and not so evenly stacked.

Really long paintings are fun, to see what one can do with the composition. Yours is nice, though I do not think you fully took advantage of the interestingly long composition.
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