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Watercolour on 325 gsm fine grain paper 30×20 cmW&N artist quality paints – Alizarin Crimson, French Ultramarine, Cadmium Yellow and Winsor Green (Yellow Shade).
Almost another study in 3 primaries but I needed the specific green for the signs etc.
watercolour, watercolor, café, building, france, terrasse
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Light & lovely as always. I still think you must’ve been a sign painter in another life! :) Love how the foliage frames the foreground.
Thanks Marsha. The steady hand bespeaks a clear conscience. Ha ha!!
– ian osborne
Great art mate, amazing detail :-))
Cheers Rick. I’m trying to get a bit looser but not with this one and anyway…..I can’t fight it!
Here is Maurice again ! Your work, with this exceptional light of yours, is always a treat for the eyes Ian
That’s very kind of you Corinne!
☻/ღ˚ •。* ♥ ˚ ˚✰˚ ˛★* 。 ღ˛° 。* °♥ ˚ • ★ ˚ .ღ 。/▌˛˚ღ •˚ ˚…just sprinkling a little Love on your page. ~♥~˚ ✰* ★/ \ ˚. ★ ˛ ˚♥ ✰。˚ ˚ღ。* ˛˚ ♥ 。✰˚* ˚ ★ღ Wonderful painting nice clarity and detail nice soft blending of colour,nice framing Beautifu,ll Nicely done and presented hugs.
Thanks for the wild applause Bonita!
Looks a great place to stop for the odd glass of the red stuff. Beautiful watercolour Ian.
Exactly Val. A great suntrap. Not today though…minus 10 and cold north wind!
Beautiful painting Ian. I love the framing with the leaves hanging in the foreground. Another part that catches my eye, is the delicate shadow of the hanging lights. Great work.
Thanks again Lisa. This café always gets great shadows…that’s my excuse for going there anyway!
That’s a great honour to be included Alan. Thanks very much!