Wednesday, December 3, 2008

"Two of a Kind"

12 x 11"
oil on masonite
nfs

For my good friend - from her visit to the Musee du Louvre, in Paris, an artist painting the masterpiece 'Atala Portee au Tombeau', by Girodet-Trioson.



11 comments:

Gary Dombrowski said...

"Two of a kind" Great job! ~Gary

I Want To Be An Artist said...

Absolutely fantastic!

n. rhodes harper said...

Sorry about that! I didn't mean to delete. Karin, I just wanted to say this is breathtaking. The red is so lush and rich. The painting is just fabulous!

Erika Nelson said...

Karin I marvel at how you make small dimensions read as big paintings. I must explore that. You must have precious friends that you would paint beautiful paintings for them! Love your sense of color and composition.

Karin Jurick said...

Thank you for the title suggestion Gary. It's perfect.

Paintings by Irit Bourla said...

This one is a WOW.You are a real friend with a big heart.

kaycrain said...

Beautiful, as usual! Great color!
I'm surprised they still let artists do this. I was busted in the Boston museum for having a ball point pen out and writing with it. The guard gave me a pencil to use.

Paula Villanova said...

I think what I like about your museum paintings is that you do not copy the masters' paintings as they are, you still use your own style and they convey successfully. I'm a fan!

Gary Dombrowski said...

Karin, Your very welcome. You do fantastic work. ~Gary

Cristall said...

The wall is my favorite part because of the changing reds.

Pintora Maniaca said...

awesome painting!