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into Winter

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  • This is beautiful. The palette you have used, with some lovely highlights in the foreground in pastel, is stunning, and I like moody windswept feel of the tree and bush. Perhaps there is a slight feeling of melancholy, (which is in no way a criticism), but I see such energy!

    Posted by Lesley Dabson on Fri 22 Jan 08:33:15
  • this has the lovely feel of something done "on the spot". Agree with Lesley the lighting is super and the colours evocative of Winter but with a hint of warmth. Like the fallen tree in the river and the handling of the water. Nice free brush strokes and twiggy effect on the tree. Fab job Robert

    Posted by angela angela on Fri 22 Jan 09:33:01
  • Instantly recognizable as yours Robert. Love the depth. the trees and those few autumn leaves just clinging on. Smashing. I finished something similar to this in pastel a while ago. East Tytherton near Chippenham near the river Avon.

    Posted by Jeannette Harrison on Fri 22 Jan 10:20:25
  • Full of energy and looks so windswept. I like your style here.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Fri 22 Jan 10:47:45
  • You have really captured the movement here, Robert, and given me inspiration to use pastels with paint as well as in their own right. Thanks also for your contructive comments on my paitings, much appreciated. I hope you recover quickly from your fall and get painting again soon.

    Posted by Gary Austin on Fri 22 Jan 20:27:48
  • I love this, your choice of colours is wonderful, and your delicate use of pastels beautiful

    Posted by joanne ayres on Sat 23 Jan 17:00:04
  • Robert, I don't know what the circumstances of the "fall" is and how bad but thanks that you still make the time and effort to help others with their "silly insecurities" - thanks again for your comment - tomorrow I will be at my painting again! Your work certainly looks accomplished I think is the right word....my English isn't that good....I am from South Africa - love your landscapes.....Wish you a quick recovery. Anita van Zyl

    Posted by Anita van Zyl on Sun 24 Jan 19:15:21
  • Hi Robert, hope your much better now, and I'm glad I browsed through and found this, love the way you have used water colours in the back ground for sky and distant mountain, the fore ground looks fantastic too, its lovely.

    Posted by Karleen Pearce on Mon 25 Jan 11:49:48
  • Hi Robert. I have recently joined the gallery and put my paintings on-line on 12/1/10. I have been looking at the gallery ever since and have noticed your comments on many artists' work but couldn't see any of yours and wondered why so I deliberately tried to find your portfolio. Reading the above, I now know why there haven't been any recent postings. I hope you are better soon. I look forward to seeing more of your work. Jean

    Posted by Jean Lacey on Tue 26 Jan 05:21:51
  • What a super wind swept painting. As you have shown here playing about produces some lovely effects. I do hope you're well on the mend with lots of ideas just waiting to go on paper and keep us "browsers" happy.Avril.

    Posted by Avril Soldani on Tue 26 Jan 10:40:02