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Thread: Dish with olives

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    Dish with olives

    The olives were harvested in December and still taste bitter...
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    love the old master oil palette, you've caught the wetness on the olives beautifully. superb painting.

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    A masterwork. Can you unveil your painting technique? It's marvellous.

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    Dear Vangelis, Hello!!! a wonderful painting, could reach right in to taste, simply beautiful!!!

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    Great work
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    How I love green olives and seeing this makes me love them even more! Love your artistic eye and style...it's just wonderful.

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    My goodness. This is one of those that is so good you don't know where to start. It's painterly in an old-masters sort of way. The olives are divinely rendered with spot on gorgeous color, with the oil that saturates them masterfully illusioned. The stone container they sit in is a perfect contrasting but complementary offset. It's a beautiful painting in every way. Yes, it would be wonderful to understand your technique.
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    vangelis this is wonderful piece of art work. the olives are so real looking. The color is great.
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    This is truly beautiful....
    I've never lived anywhere that was hospitable to olive trees, but I'd love to visit....
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