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A walk in the park

A walk in the park

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  • You've not played a single brush-stroke wrong in this one - the figures are completely convincing, but not overworked, and they work with the picture as a whole. One of your most appealing paintings.

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Sun 21 Feb 11:53:35
  • The figures are great, but the shining bit to this is the colour and light through the distant trees,wonderful.

    Posted by andre mulard on Sun 21 Feb 12:49:48
  • Agree you find the light always texture working perfectly Dermot

    Posted by dennis rounding on Sun 21 Feb 13:15:16
  • I couldn't pick one single area out that shines, it all shines.....love the lines and marks in the tree bark. Superb!

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Sun 21 Feb 14:05:51
  • Lovely and crisp. Great use of colour and light.

    Posted by Gudrun Ståhl Sharpley on Sun 21 Feb 15:16:59
  • Great figures and I like the tree bark Dermot.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Sun 21 Feb 17:54:02
  • This is a tremendous piece Dermot, unusual in its application, and I love it. Yes, those figures are so good.

    Posted by Alan Bickley on Mon 22 Feb 08:02:37
  • Thank you so much everyone

    Posted by Dermot Brennan on Mon 22 Feb 08:42:06
  • Some nice work in this Dermot, especially the tree trunks and figures.

    Posted by Frank Bingley on Mon 22 Feb 10:16:33
  • Superb piece, Dermot. Love the light airy atmosphere and the lovely use of aerial perspective. The figures too are beautifully rendered.

    Posted by Seok Yam Chew on Wed 24 Feb 06:02:24