TONALIST AND REPRESENTATIONAL FINE ART
oil on panel 10″x10″
I like very much.
The shape in the water, prompts me to recall a picture by John Everett Millais – ‘Orpheus’ – it’s fascinating how a simple line or two on a canvas can evoke a memory – the gift of a true artist.
Full of atmosphere.
lovely paintings! keep up the great work!
Maurice another fantastic piece! This painting is loaded with texture and you’ve drawn me right to the water – super reflections.
Your work is beautiful!
I love your work and also wanted to thank you for liking and following my blog. I am very impressed with you artworks !
Thank You for liking my glamour drawing!!! *Cynthia
Hi Maurice, thank you so much for dropping by to view… And I am quiet in ore of your painting. I was never given any training in painting skills and so I think as a result have shied away from oils, Although I love working with Acrylics .. Just love the perspective and reflections you always do so well…. Wonderful.. Thank you for your Gift to the the world. I am very grateful that you share your talent with us…. Sue
Sue, Thanks for your thoughtful comments. I really appreciate hearing from you. I paint to survive, my son John is running the blogs—your comments add to the joy of it all.
You just made my Day! Thank you! 🙂
Your work is inspiring! In this piece, I really like how you use a more free and abstract painterly style to define a clear and dynamic landscape form. Also, I want to thank you for following my blog. I hope to one day develop a body of work as skilled, diverse and large as your own.
Maurice, this is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen. ever.
Thank you, Aaron, that’s one of the nicest comments I’ve ever received.
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