20 x 20 cm, oil on canvas panel. [SOLD]
I really love the harbor in Hamburg. It’s by no means beautiful, but visually fascinating nonetheless. Here we have a partial view of one of the many, many container ships which come in and out every day.
This entry was posted on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010 at 3:52 pm. It is filed under Uncategorized and tagged with cityscape, daily painting, Germany, oils, painting.
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I love the color, texture and almost abstractness of this.
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I quite like this one.
I have tried something new. Just looking, and hardly commenting. I want to say that your colours are so brilliant they are cooling, and I like on your website the one of the watermelons, unless they are classic pomegranates.
I had watermelons in Asia when I was there in 98. Fun.
So this is my only comment.
Take care GIU and have a gorgeous OKTOBERFEST. May it bring you much success and may your work go well.
Avec moi, CA VA!
O Julie, did you assign me that little blue bug icon…….I love it
the way you’ve cropped into this, the painting takes on an abstract quality, which I like a lot.
@Kevino – I always enjoy your comments, whimsical as they are. Much appreciated. Your little blue bug is randomly generated, but I’m glad you like it.
@Lisa – Thanks! Sometimes I like to focus less on the details of a scene and more on the shapes and colors.
TEXTURE! That is what I notice most about this one and I love it. I can’t decide whether I like it better when you depart completely from the style I expect from you and I get a nice surprise like this, or that usually your style threads intensely through most all of your work whether it is portrait or cityscape. That is a complicated way of saying I like it all.
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