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Thread: Ploughed Field

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    Ploughed Field

    I revisited and old painting loosely based on a photo taken when I lived in Herefordshire near the river Wye. Mostly oil and knife.
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    oh, ayuuh. . . Most fertile colors, master Farmer-Paice. Can easily see this acreage yielding a lavish bumper crop of paintings, good Lord willin' and the sheep don't rise. . .

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    The flower at the front really balances out the drawing.
    It's all just so beautiful that I had to give a second look-over and edit my comment to add more about how brilliant it is!
    I wish I could jump inside of it and stand there myself!

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    Nicely done. I like the sky in particular.

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    Wow, I love it. Man that is so dramatic!

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    Wow. This is beautiful. Such colours. They are so vibrant. I opened the thread and literally said the "wow" out loud. Great work!

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    WOW. Fabulously saturated!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thank all. I think I've realised why a lot of my paintings are so saturated, I sit facing a window with my laptop on a portable table, so the light is behind the screen, I'm looking at the picture now, at night, and I'm thinking wow! that's strong.

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    I like this one. Great color and depth in this. Like also that little purple/pink touch on the sky. Beautiful

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