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Old 02-11-2013, 10:42 AM
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Westerham and Windsor

Some pictures from recent outings.

Oak tree above Westerham 20in by 12in oil.


The view from Hogs Trough Hill near Westerham 20in by 12in oil.


Windsor Castle from Eton Bridge. 12in by 10in oil.


The Thames at Windsor. 14in by 10in oil.


Henley upon Thames. 20in by 12in. oil.


Hartley Wintney church. 10in by 12in
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Lovely work Rob, especially the Hogs Trough Hill one.

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Wonderful stuff. The drawing, the colors, everything. Gary
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WOW! I love these. I was drawn into the first one because of the paint strokes you used to show the planes of the ground. So pretty. Your paintings with figures are lovely. Thank you for sharing!
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More from the Master! You and Deb Pero (mtnrunner) are by far my favorite artists on WC. Always an inspiration. Thanks so much for consistently sharing your work w us!
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Hogs Trough Hill and the interior of the Hartley Wintney Church put me right there. Lovely work as always. Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks for posting Rob, so lovely, all of them in different ways!
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Rob, the first two are beautiful...well done, again.
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My favorite is "the Thames at Windsor". Nice atmosphere.
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Well I love them all as always but that first one made me want to have a nap under that beautiful oak!
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Thanks all! I'm just about dried out and warmed up again now...
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I'm always pleased to see your work. You have such a great sense of perspective and proportion. I get the real sense of wet in your paintings where as in many rainy day pictures, I feel that the artist stood inside to do them. Not yours!! Love your technique and strokes. J
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this is some fantastic work. Amazing brush stroke and great colors.
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Love all of these. I love the wet pavement. also capturing the strolling figures and the rolling planes. Good stuff
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Love your work!
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