daily painting titled Clementines and Moroccan bowl

Clementines and Moroccan bowl

18cm x 12cm, oil on board Painting status: SOLD
Daily painting for Thursday 17 January, 2013
Posted in Still life paintings
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The painting is wonderful as usual. Excellent.

Wonderful! You

Beautiful oranges. You always manage to catch the light! Love the bowl too. Can you tell me what a maghrebi store is?

Where is that fantastic teal tin you used to use? I love the teal and orange combo.

Thank you!

Allison

Lovely painting.
I think I've got a similar one, Moroccan origin

I always enjoy your upclose still lifes, the peeled oranges, onions, etc. and this bowl with the Cezanne-ish pattern I really warmed to. Those warm and cool colors, the everlasting opposites described so well by Aesthetic Realism become more vivid when I see your so well observed dents and curves and color changes. Thank you DK

Maghrebis or Maghrebian people or Maghrebians are the inhabitants of the Maghreb countries (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Mauritania)

Funny you should ask Alison, I just found it today. Much is still in boxes as a result of the 2011 fire. I'm still painting still lifes on top of a pile of cardboard boxes!! Hope I can finally get it sorted in 2013 but as anyone can tell you who has been through something like this, it takes a long time to get back to normal

Julian, what is normal?!? ;-)

Wonderful. Again.

Love the way you paint anything and everything, am sure you could make a toothbrush a good painting. Hope you will organize another workshop as your previous one was filled. Jessie

Another masterpiece!!!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!

a truly beautiful painting ;0)