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  • Really nice Charles, I like the touch of colour though.

    Posted by Denise Butler on Wed 23 Nov 17:29:00
  • Very good Charles, it has a look of the old tinted photographs. The waterlooks very realistic.

    Posted by Stephen Slater on Wed 23 Nov 20:22:21
  • Another lovely charcoal painting Charles

    Posted by Petra Palmeri on Wed 23 Nov 20:44:06
  • As a novice when it comes to charcoal this is something to aspire to- a great painting (or should i call it a drawing?)

    Posted by Michael Edwards. on Wed 23 Nov 20:44:45
  • Charles, I admire your ability to move from one medium to another without it affecting the end result. Lovely painting Charles.

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Wed 23 Nov 23:10:07
  • Charles has his own category here - I'd be strongly tempted to call it a painting, as in many respects it's like a pastel. One thing is certain - whether it's a drawing or a painting, Charles is the master of this particular form (and one or two others, now I come to think of it..)

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Wed 23 Nov 23:10:52
  • And oh my, what a painting! It's spectacular, Charles! You've conveyed the magnificence of scale and the water is fantastic - so much movement! FAB!

    Posted by Seok Yam Chew on Thu 24 Nov 12:42:55
  • I do admire your being able to use charcoal. I have to be hosed down if I so much as pick up a stick of the stuff! Great painting - the water is particularly good. Also really good light and shade which is hard to achieve with charcoal I think. Well done.

    Posted by Thea Cable on Thu 24 Nov 23:12:11
  • Charles do you come from Derbyshire? You have captured it's beauty. I live very close to Ashbourne and the Derbyshire Peaks, and the area never ceases to amaze me with it's variety.

    Posted by Lynne Matheson on Wed 01 Feb 22:02:06