Sunday, September 13, 2009

Landscape at Saint Martin la Plaine

Here's one I did today. The landscape part is from Google Street View. It's in France. The peasant woman is compliments of my good friend Pissaro. She hails from one of my favorite paintings by him. I do hope he doesn't mind loaning her to me for a short time. Although he might be spinning at his easel with the outcome.

This one was fast and loose. A bit more dark and impressionistic than my normal. Thanks for looking.

"Landscape at Saint Martin la Plaine"
12" x 24", oil on linen

10 comments:

John Bryson said...

This is amazing....technology..aiding in art like this. Love it.

Analisa said...

Beautiful as always. Do you post the pictures these are based on, I think you did before. It is just a nice contrast.

Analisa said...

Oh and if you every decide to give a painting away on a blog to increase awareness I would be the first to blog about your contest. Do you have a web where u sell your art?

TechnoBabe said...

Do you paint one a day? How can you complete so many paintings?

Jottae said...

Beautiful. Beautiful. Beautiful. =D

Art with Liz said...

This is WOW Bill!

Dara Laine said...

This is absolutely stunning. When I first saw it, it reminded me of when I was in Amsterdam at the Von Gogh museum this summer. It must be something about the scraggly trees and the field.

I can't wait to continue to enjoy your paintings. Thank you for sharing your talent with everyone.

-Dara

Anonymous said...

Splendid!

domminic said...

Good job there
its got a warm, cozy and relaxing feeling about that cottage
=)

Cheers from The Daily Blog

Vicente Herrero said...

Bill, a lot of luck and my congratulation for his your works.