Thursday, March 03, 2011

"Forgotten corner." Velp, Holland.

Didn't felt so well yesterday evening so I didn't post my
yesterday painting. I am much better today, at least well
enough to get busy with my Morris today. Yesterday it
was gorgeous weather and with the spring in my head I
rushed to my favorite flower-centre "Overhagen" but as
every year there isn't much to see so early in the season
except for this lovely little forgotten corner, ...

"Vergeten hoekje." Velp, Holland.
(Forgotten corner.) Oil on panel. 24 x 30 cm.

4 comments:

Marjoke said...

Mooi, René. Het lijkt mijn achtertuin wel! :D

Michael McGuire said...

If you'd set fire to those wooden pallets, Rene, Trevor Chamberlain might have painted it! Interesting subject, and I love the warm greens in the foreground.

Hélène Glehen @ Art Glehen : The Painted rose Studio said...

A very good work René.

Long ago, I worked with the french subsidiary of a dutch firm headquatered in Dieren (Vital Scientific to name it), close by Velp if I remember well.
I love Holland and your architecture. I visited your country very often and I have had a few dutch friends.

I admire you work and your skills and tireless task to work en plein air. Well done !

Lisa said...

I like the lonely, peaceful feel of this painting.