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Village Paintings - All Saints Lubenham

Village Paintings - All Saints Lubenham


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  • Very lovely sunlit painting. I particularly like your treatment of the church windows.

    Posted by DAC DAC on Fri 02 Nov 13:04:12
  • Beautiful colour, especially on the shaded wall of the foreground cottage. Great sky too.

    Posted by Heather Thompson on Fri 02 Nov 16:56:27
  • Certainly do like it Michael! I agree with Thea regarding the church windows, very effective. I also love the warm plummy colour in the house shadow and the left hand hedge.

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Fri 02 Nov 17:29:58
  • Agree with the other comments, I also think the sunlit tree to the right of the church adds to the feeling of light.

    Posted by Stephen Slater on Fri 02 Nov 20:28:05
  • too precise & boring - sorry

    Posted by James Lazzari on Sat 03 Nov 00:13:36
  • James may be entitled to his opinion but it certainly is not mine. This is a very well constructed watercolour and it reflects the beauty of the English village scenery very well.

    Posted by Pat Harrison on Sat 03 Nov 06:26:46
  • Thanks for your comments. James I have to agree with you to some extent but it was painted with a particular market in mind and this is what appeals. Really must get back to painting looser work for my own benefit and not for others.

    Posted by Michael Edwards. on Sat 03 Nov 06:29:09
  • I like the billowy clouds, Michael. To some extent I too see where James is coming from, though I quite like its old-fashioned-ness (brain not in gear, is that a word?!), but I also think that maybe if it had a figure with a dog, for example, it might add more interest?

    Posted by Caroline Greene on Sat 03 Nov 11:12:50
  • Can't agree with James but agree with Caroline and I have to say I always love the cleanness and freshness of your watercolours.

    Posted by Val Kenyon on Sat 03 Nov 13:29:57
  • Thanks Caroline. The picture on screen is not a good reproduction for some reason or other. On the screen the trees in the background left look quite blue and a bit out of kilter with the rest of the composition but this is not quite so evident in the original.

    Posted by Michael Edwards. on Sat 03 Nov 13:30:54