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Old 11-20-2010, 09:23 AM
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Toscana in September

Started as a plein air in September. I was painting this a couple of cloudy afternoons on the location. 20x30 cm (8x12in), oil on wood, used sight-size.

Finishing it now back at home by using the plein air, ref.photo and memory. I plan to make a bigger painting of this sketch/study + I'll add more olive field hills to the left side because I really liked the view of the olive trees from my window! But before that I should know how to manage the olive tree fields? Should I indicate more clear the direction of light even though it was cloudy and foggy? I'm still working on those olives.... C&C welcome

Thanks for looking!


This is the plein air wip (sorry I don't have a better photo of the plein air) + the ref.photo I'm using:
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Old 11-28-2010, 01:24 PM
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Re: Toscana in September

I like it just the way it is. My first impression was that you did an excellent job of depth. It is mostly cool painting and that little bit of warmth on the tile roof, just brought it all together.
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Old 11-30-2010, 01:40 AM
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Re: Toscana in September

Thanks jumpingbean! Glad you liked it. I wrote the title the way they do in Italy:Toscana, of course, it should be Tuscany (how thoughtless of me)
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