Tuesday, November 03, 2009

"Klein Wales." Lathum, Holland.

At least that was what I was thinking while looking at this
scene, ...


"Klein Wales." Lathum, Holland.
(Little Wales.) Oil on panel.
24 x 30 cm.

I made some progression shots, ... enjoy.














7 comments:

Dale Sherman Blodget said...

I love seeing your progression and development. the light is lovely in this one. Pleasing composition. NICE.

Anonymous said...

René, dit is wat ik bedoelde. Alsof je zelf buiten staat te schilderen. Genieten geblazen! Dit soort zaken blijven delen!
J. Vennemans

Erik said...

Thanks for the demo. Beautiful light.
So your palette is ultramarine blue dark, permanent alizarin and cad yellow light + Titanium white?

René PleinAir. said...

Thanks Dale, John en Erik,

Indeed my palette is those three colours although Alizarin is in real "kraplak medium" I use Rembrandt and those guys don't have Alizarin in their series.
Also I use some liquin, especially in the premix and block-inn.

Glad you liked it.

Erik said...

Ok, thanks. I must give that a try soon, it will be good for my colormixing technique. Really enjoying the oilpainting books (Oil Painting Pure and Simple, and A Light Touch) you suggested a while ago.)

René PleinAir. said...

I got it from Kevin MacPherson's

Fill your oil painting with light and colours

book, when you like the other two you should try that one as well, ...

Mariano Zucchi said...

Hi Rene',
Your tree is a great lovely tree with a lot of character . Thank you for showing the progression shots. The best luck in the world to you
Mariano