Monday, October 14, 2013

Horse stables - gallery edition

"Horse stables"
65 x 35 cm
Oil on linen canvas


I felt that the pleinair painting I painted from this building, yesterday, was a bit too small in size and I wanted a bit more horizontal space to really show this beautiful old building for you.
I also added some details that i did not include in the first version.
There is also a challenge to not to over work a new versio. Thats why i painted the same way that i painted in the landscape. Please check out the previous post for the work n progress shots.
Colors and the values are also identical to the original sketch.

4 comments:

Bryan johnson said...

The drainage feature of stable mat is superb.

Antti Rautiola said...

Thank you very much Bryan! I just feel so compelled to paint all those old buildings, they do have a lot of character.

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Bryan Johnson said...

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