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Portrait of Lily

Portrait of Lily

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  • You have such a distinctive style which I REALLY like. Your portraits have a real renaissance quality about them in terms of using darks to such a good effect … something I think I'm going to have a got at next. You also have a looseness of style and manage to convey real emotion through your portraits. Do you paint from life or photographs?

    Posted by HEATHER LOVE on Fri 15 Mar 09:20:35
  • Thank you for the kind comments.
    My paintings are generally partly from life, wish I could do more from life unfortunately work stops play, and in part from photographs. My complete life paintings/drawing look different, possibly more loose.

    Posted by Robert Buttle on Fri 15 Mar 09:32:21
  • This is really lovely, the light is amazing and agree it has a renaissance feel to it :)

    Posted by sandra binney on Fri 15 Mar 09:38:27
  • A striking portrait of this lovely young lady.

    Posted by Stephen Slater on Fri 15 Mar 09:53:42
  • Beautiful lighting. So dramatic.

    Posted by Diana Boanas on Fri 15 Mar 09:58:51
  • Wonderful painting Robert.

    Posted by Tessa Gwynne on Fri 15 Mar 10:48:21
  • Great chiaroscuro technique Robert

    Posted by lynne whitfield on Fri 15 Mar 11:27:04
  • Lovely portrait. The light and dark contrast is fabulous.

    Posted by Janet Humphrey on Fri 15 Mar 11:40:20
  • In my ignorance I had to look up what "chiaroscuro" is. Sometimes I can pick up a brush and not have clue what end to hold, yes that is what I love to draw and paint. Perhaps too many years of walking around churches and galleries? Or perhaps not enough years to get bored with it. I would love to explore this technique or method more. Without pinching someone else's work it becomes a problem. Who could not but admire the paintings of the great artists, I purposely will not say any definite period or technique as the are some many brilliant artists around today as there as been through time, and use them for inspiration. The list would be too long.

    Posted by Robert Buttle on Fri 15 Mar 12:07:46
  • Beautifully painted, Robert - a lovely portrait.

    Posted by Margaret Nisbet on Fri 15 Mar 12:09:31