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    old master study

    this is my latest study from a great master piece. study some detail of this work.
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    WOW, I am in awe of your masterful paintings, they are so beautiful to view, love your brush strokes and texture of your paintings, great work and please keep them coming

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    Behnam great work love the detail but what baffel's me is the sheer size of it

    OK CIAO IVAYA COD DIOS SLAINTE

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    Excellent outcome from this excercise! Welcome and well done!
    I found it to be from Gyula Benczur The Baptism of Vajk.
    I don't know neither the painter nor Vajk and the relevant event, but I hope You may tell us the story, which seems quite interesting.
    Anyway the whole painting is as fascinating as the detail of the "Bishop" or whatever was his correct religious title ....
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by behnam View Post
    this is my latest study from a great master piece. study some detail of this work.
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    Very good. You have good taste. It's like when they cleaned the Sistine Chapel and they found that all those muted colors from the centuries of smoky build-up from the torches and candles were originally far brighter.

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    thanks everyone.hope you enjoy.

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    Wow looks fantastic! Great expression and form with the brush strokes.

    I'm just wondering what your process is.

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    Fantastic painting very good worl
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    Oh wow! Very impressive! I really like this piece. Detail like that takes a lot of time and patience. (Which I struggle with.) Great job!

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    Thumbs up

    This is an amazing piece, and I could never be able to paint like that (I wish I could)
    I really enjoy the textures and the brightness of the colors

    Well Done!!

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