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Old 04-07-2019, 04:50 PM
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Hails from Canada
The Green Green Grass Of Home

I am a big Constable fan and love to use varied greens in landscape work.
This piece is typical of rolling countryside. The cloudcover had so much character that it was fun and challenging all at the same time.

I called this Acrylic painting (16 by 20 inches)

The Green Green Grass of Home





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John
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