Pond After Wesson

Pond After Wesson

Nicely done Barry, you have certainly caught that Wesson feel here.

Yes you have captured that contrasting tones in a simple scene Barry, like it.

Thank you Stephen and Carole glad you like it.

Lovely spontaneity and atmosphere in this piece, Barry.

Yes Barry superb painting it looks very much like the master painted this himself.

I love it! Very expertly painted Barry.

Praise indeed Dennis, if only I could. Much easier to copy with all the hard work already done than to create.

Thank you Satu but as I said to Dennis the real expert is the master who painted the original.

This is gorgeous Barry, love the lively marks in the water

Thank you Seok and Karen, your comments are appreciated.

Simple it is not but how you've captured the feel and sense of place and the influence of Wesson.. great work.

Thank you Lesley, hope I can replicate in future paintings of my own.

I just love this style - gorgeous, Barry

A typical Wesson subject and you've kept true to his way of painting not a wasted brushstroke anywhere , splendid work Barrry

Thank you Maureen and Dermot, it is a lovely way of painting and I am pleased that you think I did it justice.

Lovely work Barry

Thank you David.

Even if you had just said 'Pond' I would have added 'after Wesson'. Wonderful artist and one of my heroes. You did a good job here.

Thank you Michael, but the credit goes to the master who has done all the hard work.

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My friend Richard has just bought a Wesson watercolour and I couldn't resist having a go. It's good to do this now and again to remind oneself to keep compositions simple and your painting expressive and loose. This one took thirty five minutes.

About the Artist
Barry Hulme

I started painting in 2004, I am influenced by Wesson, Seago and many of the great masters, more recently I enjoy the work of Steve Hall, John Hoar and Alvaro Castignet to name but a few. I paint in a loose style and try to simplify as I can. The medium I enjoy most is watercolour but dabble with…

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