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  • Great start Robert. Keep them coming!

    Posted by Chris Downing on Thu 04 Feb 20:03:41
  • This caught my eye as I looked through the gallery, You have chosen a great palette which works so well and i do like the way you have incorporated the misty distance with the bold and effective marks in the foreground. First the is year eh - well it was worth waiting for.

    Posted by Michael Edwards. on Thu 04 Feb 21:16:42
  • yes the colours caught my eye also.really bold foreground with a nice diminishing to the background.,like it.

    Posted by andre mulard on Fri 05 Feb 00:35:56
  • This is beautiful and I love all the colours

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on Fri 05 Feb 01:45:08
  • Well, the board has certainly held the paint well, and I will try this Ampersand board soon. Good work and keep at it.

    Posted by Alan Bickley on Fri 05 Feb 08:22:38
  • lovely composition Robert, well painted with a an expert artists touch
    David Harrison

    Posted by David Harrison on Fri 05 Feb 08:23:22
  • Superb started with a winner Robert

    Posted by dennis rounding on Fri 05 Feb 08:39:22
  • Great start to the year Robert. Lovely textures and the spot of sunlight on the foreground lifts the painting beautifully.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Fri 05 Feb 09:04:29
  • Unmistakeably yours Robert but perhaps with more texture? Is that your little pal I see again?

    Posted by Marjorie Firth on Fri 05 Feb 09:41:05
  • Texture is achieved by scratching into the paint with a painting knife, which I tended not to do before but have in my last few oils.... Also, there's a bit of knife work in the application of paint: I used to be deterred from mixing brush and knife work by the advice of R O Dunlop, who was a puritan in these things and counselled against same in his book. But I'm getting rules averse in my old age.

    And yup, there be a little rat. Not very well camouflaged, but then he does double as my signature.

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Fri 05 Feb 11:39:09