Monday, 7 May 2012

Provencal village






I've made three paintings of small provencal villages with the typical ochre colours of the walls and the blue of the shutters. The style is  Naïve painting. The trick is I've added some reliefs in the roofs and the landscape.

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  1. Your paintings are very beautiful!
    Hugs

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  2. Beautiful paintings, it is difficult to paint it so tiny! Chapeau!! Love the colors you used.
    Greetings, Ilona

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  3. wonderful! great idea the details in relief and the paint on the frame!
    luisa

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  4. They came out so wonderful!

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  5. These are really wonderful pieces. They are just so clean and perfect. If your hand was not in the photo there would be no way of knowing that the items were miniature!
    wood tiny doll house to display perfect little miniatures

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  6. Precioso todo lo que realizas.
    Un beso

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  7. Dominique, we have a painting in our living room that we bought in Paris years ago that is very similar to yours The artist is Paul Eschbach--do you know of him? Late 19th century. I'd love to send you a photo.
    Sophia

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    1. I'm not a specialist of this period and, shame on me, it's the first time I hear of this painter. But, I have GOOGLE ! Aaaaarghh only pictures of boats and nothing about this painter, except for a comment about "les peintres de Concarneau". Is it the same one? And, yes please I'd love to know. Thank you Sophia

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