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The Old Lockup

The Old Lockup


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  • The painting is impressive, but why? For me it is not the subject, it is more the patterns and shapes beeing almost abstract. Beautiful light and shadow Guy.

    Posted by Holger . on Wed 10 Oct 09:22:42
  • Great use of shadows and light - not to mention the shapes and patterns that Holger likes. You have turned the very ordinary into something very attractive.

    Posted by Tony Auffret on Wed 10 Oct 10:07:48
  • Wonderful light and shadow as well as great textures.

    Posted by Jill Veitch on Wed 10 Oct 10:24:48
  • It's a shed - it's the back of Arthur Daley's lock-up. It shouldn't work as a painting. But it damn' well does! Because it's a study in light, shade, and tones, plus an architectural quality - it was Chardin who said 'it doesn't matter what you paint, it's how you paint it' (in French, of course......); and I'm not sure I ever really appreciated before just how right he was.

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Wed 10 Oct 12:43:53
  • Really effective.

    Posted by Dawn Halliwell on Wed 10 Oct 13:04:32
  • Really lovely Guy. It makes me want to knows what's inside!!

    Posted by Joanne Duncan on Wed 10 Oct 14:24:32
  • Superb Guy

    Posted by dennis rounding on Wed 10 Oct 19:50:33
  • Great texture an palette. Very evocative piece, Guy!

    Posted by Thalia Stones on Thu 11 Oct 17:02:41