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Thread: Renoir

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    Renoir

    Renoir is one of my favorite masters, done in oil, knife one layer
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    Well done Pat, it looks good and I like the mood of it.
    Geoff

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    hi very good Pat but not keen on the Lampshade

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    good work Pat... hard to capture the luminous quality of Renoir's colors.. but you have done a pretty good job here..

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    How very nice

    Had the opportunity long ago to see an all Renoir show in Boston. I think you have captured the feeling!

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    What a challenging choice! You did great anyway!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    superb
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    Really fine job Pat!
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    OOooo. . . Nice attitude! (er. . . hers I mean. . . although yours is quite sweet as well. . .)

    I love it.

    May want to consider your edges Pat. Especially when there's a lot of contrast between one and the adjacent, as with her face. You can soften it through feathering (the easier way) or you can turn it as with subtle transitions in color and value, which is a little tougher because it could pull attention to the edge which is what you probably don't want.

    You have a lot of nice movement in this. Your sense of color and taste is always apparent.

    This is lovely. Glad to see you giving Renoir a try. I very much like his work as well.
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    Very well done Pat
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