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Oil on canvas

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Original Abstract Painting, Minimalist Abstract Painting, Large Abstract Painting

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Laura Lacambra Shubert - Red Wine and Cheese by Laura Shubert, Petite Oil on Canvas Still-Life Painting

'Red Wine and Cheese' is a small Impressionist oil on canvas still-life painting created by American artist Laura L. Shubert in 2019. Featuring a palette made of beige, red, brown, blue grey and white tones, the painting draws us in with its mouth-watering depiction of a glass of red wine, standing tall next to a display of cheese. Stacked on another piece of cheese, the blue cheese (possibly a "fourme") is placed vertically, in order to provide a perfect visual response to the wine that…

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Hand in Hand (aka Ballad of a Brief Separation)

NaPoWriMo #3 Poetry form: Common metre Two lovers lost from each other fell into deep despair; parted after a brief embrace after morning prayer. They could not come together, yet were never far…

Dmitri Cavander - "Hillsdale Shower"

Dmitri Cavander is a mid-career artist working in California and New York. His oil paintings of landscapes, interiors, windows, people, and the objects that surround him focus on moments of quiet significance and the ineffable.

“If Nothing But Silence”

Dramatic, atmospheric and totally captivating, Simon Kenny’s abstract paintings are internationally recognised and truly dynamic.

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John Singer Sargent- Self Portrait

I found this great image online. you could just sense the paints thickness, he preached to let the paint retain the tracks of the brush. i have a little suspicion that as much as he squinted he would also blurred his vision with eyes wide open in order to eliminate the number of planes and detail, in order to see color mass and color variations. This is why i think he was among the greatest to capture flesh tones because he then was more able to see color by itself instead of color as the…

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