Friday, 15 January 2016

Watercolour Paintings (14)

Observant readers may note I have omitted 13 in this series. I'm not particularly superstitious but just left it out on the spur of the moment! Once again a mixture of well-known and not so well-known (at least to me) artists from all over the World. They illustrate the wide range of styles and subjects that watercolour encompasses. Whatever your likes and dislikes there should be something for everyone here.

Burhan Ozer - brilliant as usual

Amit Kapoor

Ewa Ludwiczak

Djusan Dukaric

Gerard Hendriks - a change from birds and animals

Jonathan Kwegyir Aggrey - brilliant young African artist

Cesc Farre

Jem Bowden

Gerda Mertens - the renowned Belgian Artist

Alvaro Castagnet - a leading light in the World workshop scene

Charles Reid - The Reids residence in the background

Ali Golbaz

Elke Memier

Chen Chung- Wei

Ilya Ibryaev

Anything more to say? Not really just admiration of the brilliance of many of these paintings. Some I like more than others but that's just personal preference. 


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