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Thread: An unfinished Favretto's painting copy

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    An unfinished Favretto's painting copy

    Since I don't know when I'll resume it to furtherly carry out the excercise and the direct on canvas colors mix, I'm posting this image as it is and in a slightly color desaturated version (many thanks to Juz for suggesting me how to). Do You have any preference for either of the two?

    Merits for subject, composition and the indicative palette are all Giacomo Favretto's.
    Should You wish to know of him, I guess he's on English google too. To review his marvellous paintings, without any language barrier, here's the first gogle image page ... http://www.google.com/images?rls=DVX...ed=0CC8QsAQwAA
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    That is looking extremely good Caesar

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    Nice work Caesar.. I'm a bit partial to the top one, but both are truly fine..
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    Dear Caesar,
    Magnificent! It is as if this painting has traveled through the ages into
    the present with the blessing of it's previous owner with hopes that
    we might also appreciate the creative endeavor. Your artist's touch,
    vision, color, texture and brush application all come together to create
    a classic piece that any notable gallery would be proud to exhibit.
    Amazingly beautiful!
    Mairzie Dotes

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    I can't see enough difference between the two to make a choice. Both are wonderfully realized and I hope you soon find the time to make any refinements that you feel are necessary.

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    Wonderful rich paintings Cesare. I love them both
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Both paintings are excellent Caesar..I'll take them both !!!!

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    Caesar, I´ve been watching your "experiment." Whether you finish it to your liking doesn´t matter. What we have here is very nicely done!
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    Fabulous work as always Dear Caesar.
    Val
    Valerie

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