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Thread: Venice

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    Venice

    painting from a photograph (1905)
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    Feels antique with a sepia tone to it. Nice one!
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    Lovely atmosphere for a romantic city
    Welcome and very well done!
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    Thank you, this is done from a photograph but added another gondola

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    Very lovely image
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    Lovely work it looks for real
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    Very well done. However I would like to see some reflections in the water and then it would be even better.
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    I like the tonal qualities of this scene, I think the blue on the gondola on the right and the green of the trees is a bit of a surprise away from the muted sepia tones, but maybe it was your idea to draw the eye over in that direction. Lovely painting in any case. Well done.
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