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Thread: Land_beach_water and sky

  1. #1
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    Land_beach_water and sky

    Various tools.
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    Rondo!

    I like this a lot - I perceive it as an abstract, with bold and regular horizontal bands, contrasting in color and texture.

    The colors feel very refreshing, breezy. Pleasant!
    (...well, if I put myself in a warm climate mindset, lol - the windchill factor here is in the -30's Celsius for the past week.)

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    Amazing!!!!
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

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    Love this! Its so bright and cheerful!

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    This is beautiful

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    Wonderful! The joyful version of a Friedrich's painting, even if there's a character missing (Un monaco in riva al mare i.e., more or less, a monk in front of the sea).
    Herebelow is that Friedrichs' painting.
    Friedrich was a great painter and, although a romantic painter of quite a lot of time ago, it seems somehow an anticipator of the abstract expressionism and Rothko, as well as some fantasy landscape artist if you look at his masterpieces. In a painting with a cityscape with the cathedral he also added a gothic tower bell which didn't exist, but today is there and looks axactly like in his painting. A prophet, a visionnaire or just an architectural prompter?
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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