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    Olympia

    from WIP see what you think ?? would like comments please
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    Well, you are spot-on so far. This has always been a fave of mine. Keep it goin'!
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    thanks skylar

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    Looks lovely dear Eighty
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    Must've been a really hot summer, to lay around fully naked like that LOL jk. Actually, it is a really nice painting. The expressions on their faces, shows great skill on your part. Nice work!
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    thanks manfig Evart

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    Very well done!
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    Elegant!!!! Classic lines - soft touch - I love this very much!!!!

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    Very good interpretation indeed!
    You kept a vey interesting high key for this painting tones, which makes this composition more delicate and less provocative. Also her coloured servant looks quite paler, waner and older than the original ...
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    thanks for you comments BB Steve 365 Caesar

    about the flower girl, Caesar I never could make out her face as I haven't seen the original I thought I'd put in a face that was not so dark so you can see her expression am I wrong??? sorry about the tones but my colour mixing is not so good I would have liked to have made our main girl more the colour of Ivory but that's the way the Cookie Crumble's
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