Very nice.I like those colors.From Kate in Norway
Love it, Trevor! It really gets a viewer involved. I think they are enjoying some live music...one of the instruments is a fiddle.
Hi Trevor, wonderful fleshtones and figure work!
Hi KateThank you for visiting again.It is nice to hear from you.Keep warm!!!Regards
Hi DeanGreat that you called again. It is always good to hear from you.Thank you so much for the award too.Very much appreciated.Regards
Hello FabioYour comments are much welcomed and valued.Regards
Hi Trevor- what a lovely warm painting this is, very expressive too. We had a pub like this once with a snug area- I'm sure I recognize those faces!! It had live music too where everyone used to join in. It has now been completely revamped, but this picture really has bought back some fun memories. Thank you!
Hi Trevor, It sure creates a wonderful story of the pub.. Beautiful..
hi Trevor!! really very nice watercolour!! i love that pubs and love too having a pint with friends!! when i see your paints is like i would be there at Englandand is really good for me cause i love your country!!
Hi SerenaThis must bring back memories. But I`m sure you are not old enough to remember the flat cap brigade.Thank you for visiting, its nice to hear from you again.Regards
Thank you RamanaI very much respect your comments.Regards
Hello BenjaminloisThank you so much for calling again.It is alays nice to hear from you.Glad you like the old pub scene.Regards
I love your work Trevor! You're are a visual historian of sorts. You capture more emotion and ambiance than any photo can.
Trevor, Your wonderful brushwork makes the scene come alive! Great work!
Hello Sheila.You are again so good with words which I envy. I wanted to give you the award on the above posting, but you have had it sent to you before I believe.Lovely to hear from you.Reghards
Hello Michelle.Your comments give me the lift I need. Thank youRegards
Trevor, you've captured a great moment in time. You're work is so expressive. To continued creativity!D.
Hello DouglasI am very honoured that you have visited and commented.Best wishes to you and your family.
Wonderful painting, Trevor! I love the characters and the composition - makes you wonder what they are watching.
Hello EdwardIt is so good of you to visit again.Thank you for your valued comments.I`m so glad you like the painting.Regards
This is wonderful ! love it, reminds me of some of the pubs in West Yorkshire where I come from.
Hi MorgaineGlad you like it. Those were happy days when pubs were pubs. A bit different now I think. Dont You?Thank you for calling and kind regards
Fantastic!!! As a lover of portraiture, I enjoy seeing some of your figures closer-up than usual.
Hi JalaI very much value your comments.Thank you so much for visiting again.Regards
Very nice...that guy in the background with the 6 empty ale bottles looks like me. I wonder....
Hello JamesNice one.If you drink in the same pubs has me ..it probably is you.Sounds like you enjoy a beer James,...me too.Nice to hear from you.Best Regards
Hi, Trevor, I really got ivolved in your aquarelle stories.Regards
Hello GalinaThank you for visiting. I look forward to our continuing communications.Please forgive me ..but I am not familiar re aquarelle stories!!!!!Kind Regards
Hello, I meant that your paintigs sound wonderful and real at the same time, which according to me is very difficult to achieve. The auarelle technique is a very hard one and you make it really very expressive.Best regards
Hello GalinaPlease forgive me for my ignorance.I am very greatful that you have commented and your explanation which I now understand.Kindest Regards
Hello Trevor,Probably my English is too scholastic. I studied it from Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin:) Anyway, thank you for visiting my blog, and your encouraging too.Best regards
Pink Floyd and Led Zep.Your a lady after my own heart.I`m mad , Ive always been mad!!Regards
Really like this one Trevor. Are they intrigued by you on your saxaphone perhaps ?
Hey AlanGood to hear from you my friend.I think they would be throwing their beer at me if it were. More likely to be a pretty young lady singer, by the smile on the old chaps face.
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