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Great job, Rob! Very Monet-looking. Love the colors peeking through!
I love water lillies! Beautiful rendition, Rob!
Brilliant Impressionistic paintingRob.Well done mate.All the best.Vic.
Super, much better than Monet! :-P
I am very interested to hear that your experience was like meditation. And how you felt like you were experiencing what Monet had. What a wonderful way to connect with our past painting heritage! There is much we do not understand about what really is.
Rob, this is beautiful! And, I agree--it's better than Monet's. I love it!
can't think of anyone else painting water lilies can you dean,i never had a chance,which helped,it put the pressure off!
thank you janellei would recommend painting them water lilies...so peaceful
cheers matie victor!
there is not much we understand dianeactually i was on my way to our sunday meditation group when,when i stopped to paint this...
you are to kind annor maybe not...thank you
You know, that French painter that couldn't paint gardens or bridges what so ever. One day he discovered that he could paint them purely by imagination, but people wouldn't buy those funny fairytale paintings, so he grow his own garden with bridge and told everybody that he painted it on location, ... he became very VERY famous but went blind in the end, ... Too bad, but not as bad as that Dutch painter who went to Wales, where they hadn't even invented cars yet, they only where one step further then sheep on the evolutionary ladder. This poor painter loves to paint fast cars and lately bicycles as well. No Welshmen knew what those strange paintings where representing, they where even a bit frighten by them. To calm the crowd a little the Dutch painter decided to paint their Wales country side as well, only to discover that the welsh people only care about there cousins, ... the sheep's.
what ever you've been drinking rene,i want some!!
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Hi Rob!You are one of the few artists who understands the anatomy of the landscape you paint. Breathtakingly beautiful !
fabio,i'm not sure if i understand anything,sometimes i feel it is best,to know as little as possible and just look...those are very kind words of you though,thank you
I think this one really suits your style...beautiful!
The soft atmospheric effects in this and all your paintings are very satisfying. Lovely!
thanks leslie,yes i'm a bit of a dreamer
cheers davidaatmospheric effects is what interests me
hi celeste,can't avoid the big man,when painting water lillies...thanks
stunning work Rob, and beautiful website r.
thank you very very much rahina
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