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Apples and Bowl

Apples and Bowl

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  • Yet another wonderfully done still life so good!:)Linda

    Posted by Linda Easter on Tue 19 Feb 16:41:02
  • Lovely brush strokes Steve. I'm picking up my oils again after a long break so I'll be studying your still lifes (lives?!! ) closely hoping to pick up some tips.

    Posted by Val Kenyon on Tue 19 Feb 16:57:43
  • I defer to Steve, but I think it's probably still lifes.... in that one's not painting lives. But enough of this pedantry! Very thin paint, yet you still have the colour and form. Met the artist Victor Voysey around 30 years ago: a great apostle of very thin paint - didn't know him well so could be wrong, but I think he was suspicious of impasto.

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Tue 19 Feb 20:04:27
  • Cheers Linda, Thanks Val, All the best, Steve.

    Posted by steve strode on Tue 19 Feb 20:27:10
  • Cheers Robert, I didn't consciously think about using thin paint, although now you mention it. I use Michael Harding paints and a little seems to stretches for miles without losing its strength, so I suppose it's worth the extra few bob. All the best, Steve.

    Posted by steve strode on Tue 19 Feb 20:37:29
  • Great still life in oil, Steve, just something about oils, they sing out from the page and you have them full justice here

    Posted by Ros Patterson on Wed 20 Feb 09:38:04
  • Thanks Ros, All the best, Steve.

    Posted by steve strode on Wed 20 Feb 11:01:15
  • Another fantastic fruit painting.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Wed 20 Feb 11:40:40
  • Cheers Carole, All the best, Steve.

    Posted by steve strode on Wed 20 Feb 14:16:57
  • LUV your work Steve!!! Simplicity of arrangements,perfectly executed!!

    Posted by Judith Viti on Thu 21 Feb 13:40:36