What’s To Come

What’s To Come
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Cracking painting, John. Love the heavy palette knife application.

Great character, marvelously painted face. Those re-enactments are a great source for material...I love em.

How strange is that!!! I'm at my exhibition in the Cittadella and there was a re enactment there of the Napoleaonic wars in Gozo, the people all looked exactly like this guy!!! Took loads of photos and will do some paintings in oils of them from my photos after the exhibition finishes. This one is absolutely stunning, John, really love the palette knife work youre doing... you're so very good with a knife! brilliant work, love it!!!

Great character work almost Vincent like in application. Nice work John.

Great character, love the palette knife work.

I love your knife work John and this is a great example of it, excellent painting.

Interesting image John, like the application of paint again.

Very clever work with the knife John.

I like your palette knife paintings, John. They’re very different, similar to Van Gogh in paint application. This one is quite a character.

Thank you Seth, Lewis, Thalia, Jim, Sandra, Barry, Alan, Margaret and Ellen. Your feedback is very much appreciated.

Fabulous painting John, true grit in paint.

Intriguing and a little disturbing which is not a bad thing.

These are very good series John.

Super marking again John and such a character.

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11/06/2018
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Palette Knife painting. 10x8 inches. From a series of reference photos I took of an enactment staging the Battle of Waterloo. This was one of the characters in the French encampment. Maybe he was a French SIVE! Lol.

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John Graham Inkson

Life From The Easel. As an artist I see my self as an all rounder. Ive worked with all the painting mediums, as well as silk screen printing, ceramics, small sculptures, sign writing, murals, graphic design and digital art. I went to Cardiff University to do graphic design rather than do a fine…

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