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This oil painting depicts a G.W.R Bulldog Class No. 430 “Inchcape” (later 3430), built in 1899, in express mode. Looks like the fireman is putting coal on the fire.
engine, great, railway, steam, western
Well done Olive, nice use of texture.
Wow…what a painting..What medium did you use? You are quite the craftsman (craftswoman) the detail is excellent. I thought the steam engines of the 1940s were most interesting but now I better take another look. This is tremendous. Well done to say the least. Regards from Dummy……….
Sorry I didn’t reply to your kind comments about my painting before Gene. I must have been away at the time and overlooked it. Thank you. – Olive
– Olive Denyer
Sorry, I see this was an oil painting. I asked what medium but now I see. I think old age is effecting me. Ha Ha
very nicely done. this type of painting is why i wanted to start an Oils group!
Thank you for your encouraging comment, and I am glad I am able to use my God given talent to make people happy. – Olive
Olive,very nice I like your train
Thank you for your kind comment, much appreciated. – Olive
Excellent painting of this colourful train.The steam is especially exuberant.The proportions of the engine and carriages are wonderful – superb perspective and realism.
Thank you very much Colin for your extremely appreciative comments. It make me feel happy you like this painting so much. – Olive
Outstanding work- love this!!!
Thank you Pauline for most encouraging comment. – Olive
What a beautiful painting, so very well done!
Thank you Carol for your encouraging comment. I really enjoyed painting this, and like you, I have had no formal training and have not been influenced by others to do things in a a, so called, correct way! It is best to paint in your own style which has been developed through your own experience and own improvement. – Olive
Nicely painting, good textures.