Labels: Edwin Dickinson Alex Kanevsky
posted by william wray at 3:32 PM
I like it!:o)
I like the desaturated look.
Great William ;)
Like the no colour and the non subject matter, a lot!
It is very good.
Love the value/color patterns here. Wonder what's in the next room?
This is one of my favourites of yours yet...really compelling.
Good paintings in your blog, glad to have found it
Nice figure, excellent simple colors.
Even if it is limited color, it looks full and fantastic!
Hi William, very soft color, but very good.Regards
Dickinson is always an excellent choice! There's a nice one of his up at the National Gallery East Wing in DC right now - I can get lost in those subtle, alternating warm and cool grays.
I like this composition. Very neat way of capturing the light, especially on the looking to be busy guy. On an assignment for sure.Add some jingle jangling keys on his left waist. That would be a real nice touch. Adding sound to a painting, hmmm.~Kirby
yes I think Dickenson and Uglow are the biggest inspiration in Modern figurinative artists today. Yes the fella is in a hurry to show me the building. ;-)
wonderful painting.reminds me of a giacometti painting
William!Lively brushstrokes keep this simple subject interesting!-Dean
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