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    Goya

    Please forgive the faces as I am not very good at that, but I did enjoy painting this, oil and a few layers
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    Really lovely Pat! I can see your enjoyment painted onto the canvas.

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    I'm loving it! Very joyful view of the easy life of privilege in the 1700s.

    But Goya? Wow. I never thought he did paintings of this nature. I had always seen the heavy somber stuff he did -- wartime atrocities and gods eating their young and such.

    By contrast, this is doubtless from a moment when things were at peace. And I wouldn't mind being their with paint and canvas myself.

    Very nice rendition, Pat. Really good painting on your part. You're getting back warmed up after your being away. Go girl go!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Just looking at it, I can tell you enjoyed painting it Pat!
    And I like the the faces, you did a great job... it's a happy
    painting. I think Goya would have like it as well.... couple of
    nights ago saw a movie called 'Goya's ghost', interesting!
    Take care,
    Steve

  5. Really nice. Love the colours, and the feeling of real media. I can almost smell the turpentine. Quite a lovely scene.

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    You did a great job interpreting Your way, but also respectful of the original, one of the greatest painting masters, including the faces I'd say. Congratulations!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Robyn, thanks for peeking in, appreciate it a lot
    DAkey, I know what you mean about Goya's paintings, but I did find this more cheerful one that he did, some were hard to look at lol...thanks for kind comments, always appreciated
    Steve, you are very kind with your words, thankyou so much, would not mind seeing that movie, will watch for it
    Caesar, what kind comments, thanks for taking the time to check it out, and you know I always look for your comments lol
    Harlequin, Thanks , always appreciate you taking time out to comment

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    This is so very good Pat, well done and more please
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Very close to the original (faces included!). Great job indeed

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    Katie, thanks for peaking in and your kind comments
    Andrea, appreciate your comments, thankyou so much

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