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    Burning Colors in The Rye Field

    Burning Colors in The Rye Field. Two colors abstracts.

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    Oi Orianelima

    As pinturas neste forum vêm de rajada a gente nem tem tempo para as apreciar. Estas estão lindas e o conjunto de cores bem conseguidas. Adorei

    The paintings appear very quickly on this Forum, we can hardly see them well. These are beautiful and wonderful colors
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    Compelling works both.

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    Both are outstanding

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    Beautiful Oriane. The second seems to have a touch of Vincent VG there.
    Both are lovely.

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    Both are great Oriane, but I like must the second one, seems velvet
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    Prefer the second one Oriane, seems to move to me and it's more vibrant colour. Well done.

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    Sabena,
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    I really appreciate your nice comments. Thank you very much.

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    Both beautiful but I love the paint strokes of the 2nd one. And the colour. And the shape. All of it

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    Oriane,
    You seem to know just where to place what color. Your paintings show movement and emotion that moves us all! Another winner, indeed!

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