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  • This is absolutely smashing. Perspective is great - the colour is wonderful - such depth. Did you completely mask it out? Have you used any Gouache?

    Posted by Jeannette Harrison on Sun 25 Jan 17:28:09
  • Great me neck ache though!!!!!! You have made an excellent job of a very difficult subject.

    Posted by Ann Wilde on Sun 25 Jan 17:28:46
  • There is so much detail in this painting and the height is shown very well. Lovely work.

    Posted by Lorraine Paris on Sun 25 Jan 17:31:16
  • Hahaha Jeannette, yes I did mask it- all of it; no gouache at all. Then I went and overpainted one of the columns by accident. Spot the "non-deliberate"mistake LOL Then I just used washes with detail at the end. Sorry Ann if you have a crick in your neck! :-) Don't ask the name of the building; it's from a photo I took over 30 years ago and I haven't a clue.

    Posted by Diana Hudson on Sun 25 Jan 18:04:02
  • You have made a good job of a complicated painting, well done.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Sun 25 Jan 18:34:00
  • a very good study in perspective and detail,nice painting...chris

    Posted by chris roberts on Sun 25 Jan 19:07:56
  • Love the bold contrast between dark & light, Diane, best wishes, colleen

    Posted by Colleen Barton on Sun 25 Jan 23:56:14
  • I like the detail in this one Diana...stunning is the word.

    Posted by Phil Kendall on Mon 26 Jan 09:20:29
  • WOW !!! what great work this is and on a small scale.

    Posted by Beatrice Cloake on Mon 26 Jan 10:06:17
  • Diana this is so good and such an interesting viewpoint. I've been at a bit of a loss recently as to what to paint but I've got loads of photos from Italy and I like the idea of taking just a corner of something to paint. You may have got me going again - thanks.

    Posted by Marjorie Firth on Mon 26 Jan 16:27:41