Friday, June 12, 2009

"Eerste boom rechts." Westervoort, Holland.

This is a quick sketch of the first tree out of my hometown.
I think it doesn't going to stay that long, there are all kind
of buildings approaching.


"Eerste boom rechts." Westervoort, Holland.
(First tree on the right.) Oil on panel.
24 x 30 cm.

10 comments:

laurens.paint.palette said...

Nice job - The tree looks so grounded but delicate! Nice job!

Wiele said...

a serious well done tree here René!

PPASP said...

It is beautiful--I'm loving your greens!

Artalexis said...

Maginificos trabjos te felicito sigue asi.....

splynch said...

That is too bad because it really is a very nice tree.

rob ijbema said...

what impresses me the most rene,is that after years of plein air painting,one,three or sometimes four paintings a day,you can still be inspired to paint a simple tree just around the corner...that or you just couldn't be bothered to look any further...btw looks like a kite got stuck in your tree

Stephen Magsig said...

Beautiful painting Rene, it will live forever with your painting

Sheila Vaughan said...

Fantastic Rene !

René PleinAir. said...

Thank you all!!

A nice thought that you guys like it. To be honest I changed it a little (14 06)so the kite it free again, ...

It is really too bad Splynch, but then again we have to earned those great sites don't we, ... once gone forever gone. In the Netherlands you can get used to this feeling, how sad it may be.

Rhonda Hurwitz said...

lovely!