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Thread: Lady Agnew -Oils

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    Lady Agnew -Oils

    I finished my classical copy too of her. Here it is. No tracing, measuring or color picking, as usual.
    Maybe a glazing layer and some degree of blurring could improve it, but I preferred to leave it this way since the merits are of the great master Sargent ...
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Yep you've made a bloody good job of her, Sargent would be pleased

    Caesar Congratulations

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    Splendid work Caesar! It's all good, but I really like the chair.
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    A great homage. The chair is just delightful. You did the original justice with your attention to detail. Beautiful work.

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    What no red stilettos... are you feeling ok mate? Classy job my friend.

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    Thank You, dear Sandra.

    Thank You, dear ATPlus! I'm targeting Waterhouse now for my next great masters copy since I'm sure a Brit like You would appreciate ...

    Me too, dear Barney! Actually that was the most attractive subject I was painting until Lady Agnew came sitting and spoiling my painting ....

    Thank You, dear Albert! Probably I should have painted on or changed it to a larger canvas before going to details and even add a glazing layer, but I think I should always refrain from overdoing ...

    Actually I cannot say how her shoes look like, dear Neal, but I presume she may secretely wear a red garter underneath ... Thank You!

    I would also add herebelow a couple of quick imaginary sketches somehow inspired by the features of this unconventionally charming lady .... To be revised as proportion and details, but they give an idea.
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    Amazing. Yep, that sums it up nicely.

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    Superb work!
    The artist is the lover of Nature, therefore he is her slave and her master. - Rabindranth Tagore

  10. Really fantastic!

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