Friday, April 17, 2009

"Kleurenmolen." Het Zand, Holland.

Back after a few days of painting less color then you can see,
each time it's awesome experience, to try to put as much color
into your work and still have the feeling your hardly scratching the
surface.


"Kleurenmolen." Het Zand, Holland.
(Colormill.) Oil on board.
15 x 24 cm.

8 comments:

Adam Cope said...

I DO know what you say about colour René!!

Lovely brush work in the clouds & sky - i can almost smell the wind & sunshine. Pure plein air well painted. Bravo.

Aux pinceaux

Keith Tilley said...

There's a wonderful feeling of space and atmosphere in this one, after your recent more close-up paintings.

The touches of bright colour work well at suggesting the flowers.

AtelierBrigitte said...

I can almost touch the space - I love the way you put the "bollenstreek" in your painting.

rob ijbema said...

welcome back rene
i was looking forward to this
and the first is marvelous!!
i wanna be there!

René PleinAir. said...

Thank you all!

Keith I changed the upload size again, it's even more detailed now I think.

Hehehe Rob, you should say
"I want to bee there" ;-)

Liza Hirst said...

This is wonderful,René! You have painted the Dutch landscape and the sky like your old masters!
Congratulations.

Sheila Vaughan said...

Wow, this is special Rene - I can feel the air all around me. It's so difficult to do these "views towards the horizon" but this one is a real cracker!

Wiele said...

delicious!