Wednesday, June 22, 2011

"At the Seaside" after Edward Henry Potthast

"At the Seaside" after Edward Henry Potthast
(4x4") - 201140
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This study seems to have the best of what I try for in a successful painting - most importantly the very loose knife work. The original painting of Potthast's has so much energy to it, and I wanted to try and convey that in my own style. The color mixing was key in terms of getting just the right ratio of pigment to walnut oil. Like I've said many times - if the paint is right, it's like doing a watercolor.
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