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Thread: Ina Te Papatahi Copy

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    Ina Te Papatahi Copy

    from WIP 1902 by Charles E.Goldie the famous N Z artist a pupil under

    Bouguereau in Paris but not apreciated by the Local bigwigs as he was not painting them but was painting the Moari thanks to him we now have a record of them Fantastic portraits
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    A very interesting painting and stylish interpretation indeed! Very, very good!
    I also looked at his marvellous ethnical paintings and they are technically exceptional and artistically quite valuable! It looks like You was very brave to accept such an ambitious challenge, but You succeeded to do it Your way with Your own wonderful artpiece.
    Thank You for such a discovery, dear ATPlus!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Never heard of the author of the original of this piece, but i too like your own interpretation of this very interesting character.Very good work Eighty!

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    good on yuh Caesar glad u like his stuff what wonderful portraits looks like I'm going to be kept busy funny that he should have been trained bye your old mate bouguereau

    AT TA go and look its amazing that we don't know about this artist

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    Nicely done, 80+! Its amazing how many great artists few have heard of.
    The only problem with humor is that no one takes it seriously.

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    I checked this artist. A superlative work and really well done. Your version is very nice and elegant. Congratulations E +
    Last edited by Lima; 10-08-2010 at 08:57 AM.

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    Thanks Lima but in what context (nice and sleek) can you explain so it would help me -----E/S I did do a Sketch of her which I bunged in the Gallery which I done as a pratice regards AT plus
    legs have gone down Doc

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    Dear ATPlus, I though she would have enjoyed to see her husband too exhibited in this gallery. Therefore I provided the second Charles E. Goldie entry right now.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    ok Caesar I'm looking great stuff

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    I always enjoy looking at your paintings Eighty+ and never know what to expect but I am never disappointed. Well done again
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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