Tag Archives: Oil painting

The Succession.

The Succession. Oil on Canvas. 1x1m. 08.05.19. The work is about representing living people on canvas. The real model, the reflection of the model and the Artist reflected in a mirror, the skull (a remnant from an earlier painting on … Continue reading

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Life painting. One Sunday afternoon.

Sunday afternoon. 3 hours of oil painting on canvas. The skull wasn’t that near the model in the studio. The colours seemed to work well, though I found oil painting problematic, with it’s longer drying time and buttery texture. The … Continue reading

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Claire in the afternoon.

This a portrait of a friend that I’ve been creating on and off for around a year. Everybody (including myself) seems very happy with it. There’s a earlier practice painting as well, shown below. If you’d like to know more … Continue reading

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Hemingway 5. Different views.

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Hemingway 2. Work in progress.

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Life drawing: Oil & canvas

The last of this year’s Friday night classes at the wonderful Mary Ward Centre. Using oils with a time limit can be tricky. The results can be a muddy mess. A solution was to lay on the paint and then … Continue reading

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Blue PandA portrait in oils.

A double portrait in oils. For a friend’s anniversary. The source material was a dark photograph taken from a concert.┬áMade to go with a similar painting I’d created 10 years before as a wedding present. It was handed over to … Continue reading

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