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    Indeed. The first one has that wonderful Hopper like quality. The second one has the Wayne Thibaud thing going on. I like both. Both are good.

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    Nice work! You see that "empty" spaces also contribute to the success of a painting. Each painting has a wonderful composition.

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    I confirm Your lanscape paintings by colored areas are very beautiful, maybe because I like Edouard Manet's style by flat and appropriately colored areas more than several too noisy impressionistic paintings of that period.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by screenpainter View Post
    Indeed. The first one has that wonderful Hopper like quality. The second one has the Wayne Thibaud thing going on. I like both. Both are good.
    I know Hopper but had to google Thibaud - jeez, you make my ears go red, they are so great both of them (Hopper and Thibaud, not the ears).
    Thibaud was a very nice experience - love his cakes! Thanx for the tip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Briex View Post
    Nice work! You see that "empty" spaces also contribute to the success of a painting. Each painting has a wonderful composition.
    Thank you so much for the encouragement, I am so much in love with your work! Do you work on iPad as well and if so - do you manage to get good prints out of those paintings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    I confirm Your lanscape paintings by colored areas are very beautiful, maybe because I like Edouard Manet's style by flat and appropriately colored areas more than several too noisy impressionistic paintings of that period.
    Thanx Caesar for your kind words, I like Manet very much too :-)

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