Beautiful depiction of light and shade. A well thought out, full scene without being too busy. Lovely painting Trevor!
Hi SerenaThank you so much for your comments. I do appreciate that very much.Kind Regard
Hi Trevor,Thank you very much for visiting my blog. I appreciate that you want to follow it as well.I am a follower of your blog now and am looking forward to reading it and watching your interesting art work./Jenny
Lovely as always, Trevor! I always love to study your paintings - you have perfect soft and hard edges and you loose strokes are always clean! Great job on this one!
Hello JennyThe pleasure is mine.Thank you again.
Hi LaurenThank you for your comment. I do appreciate it very much.Regards
Another lovely piece filled with life and light, plus your gorgeous washes. Beautiful!
Perfect brush economy, well done !!!!
Hi Trevor, It looks like a small corner of Venice, Dubrovnick is a breathtaking beautiful city with a lot of history. I am glad to see people are busy as ever there, as it was in bad shape after last war. Croatia has a lot of gems.
Hello MaryThank you for your generous comments. They are most welcomed.Kind Regards
Hello FernandoIt is good that you have visited my blog.I am very grateful for your comment.Kind Regards
Hello my friend MarianoIt is good for me that you have visited and I value your comments greatly.Best Regards.
Love the arches and the cool colors of the walls which are the perfect backdrops for the tourists!
Hi SheilaThank you, has always you describe the painting with experienced observasion.Kindest Regard
hi Lingard,it isnt the first time i came to visit your work and admire it.watercolours is a tricky tecnique , to work so well with it given the right nocion of light and shadow must to take time, i apreciate the way you do it. about learn the mistakes of past... you right, but it is good to know the power of people to rebild the beaut.in 2007 i spent 6 months in London studing, and then i traveled visiting many english tonws (i didnt go to yours), but i got amaized whit the way everything was reconstructed . many people died at the war , but the madness is never strong enough to destroy the life and beaut . i love your country and people, was the best thing in my life.if one day you visit my blog ,would be a honnor , i have painted for more than 12 years, but england (arquiteture , people ,landscapes) had a definitive influence on my work . thanks.
Hello TrevorThank you for following and leaving such an inspiring comment on my blog. I too look forward to following your blog as you produce wonderful art pieces, and I am honored that you follow mine.
Hello CaioThank you kindly for visiting my blog and your very interesting comments. I do look forward to communicating with you again.Regards
Hello K-ArtThe pleasure is mine.I wish you well in your studies and will watch your progress in art with much interest.Best Regards
Hello, Trevor,I perfectly recognize his inspiring atmosphere of the east. Your watercolour is fantastic! Hope some day you will have the chance to paint Tarnovo.Regards from there.
Beautiful painting. So full of color and life and light. Reminds me of Sargent's watercolors of venice. And such a good question. Will we ever.
Hello GalinaThank you as always for your very generous comments. You give me much pleasure reading your posts.Perhaps I will visit your part of the world one day..it sounds inspiring.Kindest regard
Hello LizIt is so kind that you visit again and make comments that give me much encouragement.Kind regards
Amazing how you capture the nuances of movement/life and the character/personality of the city. Lovely viewing :)
Hi CathrineThank you for your comments.I do hope you will visit again.Kind Regard
Beautiful job, Trevor. Liz is right, it does remind me of Sargent as well. Looks like you were there on a nice sunny day.
Hello EdwardIt is so good to hear from you again.Yes..it was a very hot day. Infact unbearable. I thought of a plein air painting at the time, but it would have been impossible for me. I resorted to a photo for reference. Thank you again
Lovely painting, Trevor, and of particular interest to me as I've just booked a flight to Croatia later in the year. We're flying to Split, but haven't made plans beyond that yet.
Yes, the people are busy, but the use of blue calms the building for a perfect backdrop. I really like the palette choices here. Nice work.
Hello HarryIt is good that you have visited again. I always value your encouragement and comments.We stayed on an island called Lopud, just off Dubrovnik. Croatia is a lovely country. You will have a great time there.Best Regards
Hi LindaI hope you and your family are well. Thank you for visiting again. Your comments give me a lift , which is what I need right now.Kindest regards
I don't know how I stumbled on your work but it's wonderful. Love this!
Hello Suzanne.Thank you so much for visiting and especially that it has enabled me to visit your blog which is really good.Best Regards
Trevor,Fabulous paintings. I have enjoyed looking through your blog and enjoy your style very much. Thanks for the inspiration. I appreciate you taking the time to check out my blog too.I look forward to studying your work and future posts.best wishes.
Hello RobertThank you for visiting my blog and your comments. I look forward to future communications.Regards
I just discovered your blog. Wonderful work!
I like your controlled style of using minimal brush strokes and complimentary colors in muted tones. You work proves that less is more works well with this type of subject.Jean
Very beautiful watercolours. Congratulations.
Hello MinekeThank you for those kind words.Regards to you
Hello JeanThank you so much for visiting and your comments. Especially from you that is very gratifying.Kind Regards
Hello and thank you kindly for your comments. They are very much appreciated.Regards
We never learn from the mistakes of the past because we never know the truth about it...Wonderful works!M
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