On a cool night in a rack shambled section of Rome, on this oasis, we talked into the night.
Inspired by a work by Edward Hopper, this celebrates train travel in older times
Looking through the double glass doors, the terraza stetches about 10 meters along the street 5 floors below. The sun hits portions of the walls and floor of this outdoor area. A neighbor looks on.
An ode to Manet
This scene is based upon our local bakery, and inspired by Manet’s A Bar at the Folies-Bergère. Petxina (pronounced ‘Pechina’) is a neighborhood of Valencia. The bakery is around the corner from us.
Avec Ma Fille a Paris, With My Daughter in Paris. At Notre Dame
This adds to my series of paintings echoing Van Gogh. The lark makes an appearance in the scrumbly, swilley sky as brightly dressed visitors head for the field.
This is another in a series of paintings based on pen and ink drawings done at the Palau de la Musica. There are normally tuba and contrabass sections of these symphonic bands.
There is an excellent bakery just around the corner from our place in Valencia. A friendly young woman frequently serves us. So I got the idea of putting her into a scene like Monet’s Bar at the Folies scene. This is what I have done here. I consider this a study for a larger piece.
“From the Banister” acrylic painting
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