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Wood and Iron. - Watercolour

Watercolour 28 x 28 cms on Saunders NOT. Close up of an old door studded with iron 'nails' in St Robert (Corrèze).

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19 comments so far...


Seok Yam Chew

31 Aug 2011 14:09

Ah, more lovely rust and peeling paint! You've really elevated painting them into an art form, Avril! This is lovely, as usual - your very cheerful palette and the beautifully rendered detail. Gorgeous!


Denise Butler

31 Aug 2011 14:36

You make rust so interesting Avril !


Alain Chevrignac

31 Aug 2011 14:46

super this effects Avril and the blau clour is so lovely !!


Petra Palmeri

31 Aug 2011 15:18

This is beautiful Avril, I love the colours, very well painted


william Dennis

31 Aug 2011 15:27

A wonderful depiction of rotting timbers ,peeling paint and rust by a master of the decrepit. : ). Lovely Avril.


Carole Swingler

31 Aug 2011 15:32

Wood and iron, a wonderful combination Avril, you always make them look so interesting with your spot on colours.


Charles Wilby

31 Aug 2011 16:22

Beautiful work this,--- i like it


avril soldani

31 Aug 2011 16:51

Many thanks for liking and taking the time to comment.


Kevin Sean O'Connell

31 Aug 2011 17:40

A super portfolio of details, that so often get overlooked.


Michael Edwards

31 Aug 2011 17:58

What a great subject and so well executed

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