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Dockland Scene.

Dockland Scene.


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  • I always like the light & colour you intoduce into your work. Regarding the crane, you are breaking the rules but the composition is all the better for it.

    Posted by Stephen Kelly on Fri 12 Apr 10:17:12
  • Works well Alan. I didn't feel it needed more figures.

    Posted by Sandra Kennedy on Fri 12 Apr 10:44:31
  • And into the corner too. Who cares, rules are meant to be Broken. Like the smaller cranes in the distance, echoing the main one.

    Posted by Stephen Slater on Fri 12 Apr 11:10:36
  • I like the high perspective you have chosen Alan. This makes it a very interesting painting to explore.

    Posted by Carole Kelly on Fri 12 Apr 11:26:05
  • Beautiful scene and colours, Alan. I think it don't needel more boats or figures, I like it as it is, not too much busy.

    Posted by Cesare Romano on Fri 12 Apr 12:10:23
  • This is so good Alan, great perspective and regression. I would love to see what you would have down with that London skyscape on the celebrity painting program last night !

    Posted by Val Kenyon on Fri 12 Apr 12:54:40
  • Really like this, Alan. Great work from your imagination. I think the crane placement is fine, had you had it facing the other way I think it would have spoiled the painting.

    Posted by Lewis Cooper on Fri 12 Apr 15:53:28
  • A fabulous industrial scene, Alan. I think the crane if perfect.... it doesn’t dominate.

    Posted by Ellen Mooney on Fri 12 Apr 16:48:27
  • Rules broken perfectly!

    Posted by Shirley May on Fri 12 Apr 19:57:39
  • You know I have someone in the house that is a great fan of scenes like this Alan, well I’m not going to let him see
    It’s so interesting with a wonderful palette which enhances the subject.....the crane is the star of the show.....fab darling.

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Fri 12 Apr 20:06:56