The Process of Painting

 

Let me show you how my paintings come into being step by step:

In the Mood for… Velázquez – The Rokeby Venus

Velázques finished

In the Mood for… Velázquez – The Rokeby Venus (acrylic on canvas)

Velazquez 2

Painting in progress: Velázquez II

Velazquez 1

In the Mood for… Velázquez: Rokeby Venus – Part I

 

In the Mood for… Degas – Dancers at Rehearsal

 

degas tänzerinnen

In the Mood for… Degas

Degas Part III

In the Mood for… Degas – Dancers at Rehearsal – Part III

Degas Part 2

In the Mood for Degas – Dancers at Rehearsal – Part II b

Degas Part II

In the Mood for … Degas – Dancers at Rehearsal – Part II a

Degas Part I

In the Mood for … Degas – Dancers at Rehearsal – Part I

 

 

In the Mood for… Vermeer – Girl with a Pearl Earring

 

Vermeer Final Act

In the Mood for … Vermeer – Girl with a Peael Earring

Vermeer 4

In the Mood for … Vermeer Part IV

Vermeer 3

In the Mood for … Vermeer Part III

Vermeer 2

In the Mood for… Vermeer Part II

Vermeer 1

In the Mood for … Vermeer – Part I

 

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8 thoughts on “The Process of Painting

  1. Always in the mood for Degas! I remember an exhibit in San Francisco when I stood next to The Little Ballerina. The tears just rolled down from my eyes as I thought of the ridicule Degas suffered for ‘dressing’ the statue.

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