….. this painting …..
….. the building attracted me, white brickwork, signs galore, curved corner facade ….. but didn’t emerge as I envisaged (still, they rarely do). A definite challenge, and I think I’m finally happy with it (especially the Basset Hound) …..
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It’s amazing Victoria ! Love this painting❤
You did great job with white brick wall and lovely details ❤
Thankyou so much Violet, I appreciate your kind comments 🙂 white bricks were more difficult than I expected ! many thanks again 🙂 xx
amazing the feel you’ve caught, the antiquity and yet a fresh light. Magnificent talent !
You are very kind, Thankyou so much 🙂 very best wishes to you, victoria xx
Very nice! I’m still struggling to understand how you coped with the white brick walls; the bricks seem to bulge on the paper!
Hi Eduardo ! Thankyou – actually I’m struggling to understand how I did too, it was perseverance I think (and my eyes are probably bulging too as a result !). Great comment, thankyou 🙂 x
I love this, I can see why you wanted to paint this building, and you did an amazing job.
Thankyou so much David, I’m starting to feel better about it now ! Thankyou for stopping by and taking the time to comment, much appreciated ! x
ah, your attention to detail that suggests the shape of the building–wish I could see it in person, Vee!
Thanks L, who knows, maybe one day you will, and we can sample the ales and the juke box ! 🙂 xx
well, I do plan to travel before I finally kick my personal bucket! :-O ales and juke box sound just the thing! perhaps with jet lag?!
Thankyou Hazel, much appreciated 🙂 x
looks good to me….hx Hazel Lale http://www.hazellale.co.uk email@example.com
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